B.Sc. in Radiologic Technology (Diagnostic) program is a four (4) academic year (8 semesters) with a total of 132 credits. The program aims to produce a reflective practitioner equipped with the requisite theoretical knowledge and competencies to practice as a graduate technologist and to promote Radiology as a future career. The program extends over four years during which the student takes support courses in English, Life and Behavioral Sciences, in addition to the core professional courses that are required to obtain the Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology (Diagnostic).

 

Detailed Study Plan


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  1. Develop accountable, reliable and competent diagnostic radiologic technologists who are capable of working in all areas of radiology and medical imaging,
  2. Graduate lifelong learners, who are capable of developing and integrating their knowledge and skills through continuing education.
  3. Promote professionalism in radiologic sciences that are demonstrated by the graduates’ standards of practice, patient confidentiality, values and code of ethics.
  4. Prepare graduates who are able to create and sustain a caring environment utilizing critical thinking, leadership, communication and basic research skills.
  5. Meet the needs of the society by graduating radiologic technologists who are aligned with international standards.
  1. Integrate knowledge, skills and values to provide patient centered care.
  2. Implement appropriate radiological procedures to ensure safety, accuracy and quality.
  3. Adhere to the legal requirements of the Kingdom of Bahrain and apply professional code of ethics throughout practice.
  4. Research, evaluate and share up-to date information and technology advancement related to radiology and medical imaging and modify standard procedures accordingly.
  5. Critique radiographic images.
  6. Recognize the importance of patient confidentiality.
  7. Contribute to patient care and wellbeing by providing education to individuals and groups in order to facilitate improvement and promotion of health.
  8. Demonstrate effective communication skills including utilization of information technology.
  9. Apply leadership principles to enhance patient care and inter / intra-professional relationships with proper utilization of resources.
  10. Appreciate, exhibit pride and loyalty, communicate the value of their professional roles in the society and possess potential to improve it.
  11. Be proactive in identifying one’s on-going learning needs and engage actively in fulfilling them.