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Medical Imaging


Degrees Available



MSc Part-time

Suitable for International Students?

Not suitable for International Students

Award Tuition Fees Attendance Mode Length of Course
MSc

See the Faculty of Health Studies website for details.

Part-time Between 1 and 5 years
September or February

Course Introduction

This course is aimed at practising healthcare professionals who wish to develop the subject skills required for practice in specialist areas of medical imaging and the ability to deal with complex clinical situations. It provides a series of flexible modular pathways that are vocationally relevant and which meet the needs of radiographers and other healthcare professionals, their employers and professional bodies.

Course Syllabus

Modules: All Modules are Optional (O)

120 credits equivalent to PG Diploma in Medical Imaging PLUS a 60-Credit School Core Final Stage Module:

  • Dissertation Module (60 Credits) (O)
  • Systematic Review  (60 Credits) (O)
  • Work-based Project  (60 Credits) (O)

Special Features

  • This course has developed a reputation as one of the UK’s leading postgraduate courses for radiographers and is renowned for its innovative pathways
  • Continuing professional development funding may be available for some modules and courses. However, access to funding for part or all of an award cannot be guaranteed.  For further information about eligibility for funding please see the .

Entry Requirements

Our admissions policy is to facilitate admissions from as wide a range of healthcare professionals as possible. However, due to the requirement for appropriate access to clinical facilities and imaging departments, it is envisaged that the majority of students will be practising radiographers.

All applicants should be able to demonstrate that they have:

  • An appropriate Honours degree or professional qualification, for example BSc (Hons) in Diagnostic Radiography or Diploma of the College of Radiographers

Applicants for full awards should be able to demonstrate that they have:

  • Access to appropriate clinical facilities, caseload, case mix and the support of their Imaging Departmental Manager

PG Diploma Part-time

Suitable for International Students?

Not suitable for International Students

Award Tuition Fees Attendance Mode Length of Course
PG Diploma

See the Faculty of Health Studies website for details.

Part-time Between 1 and 5 years
September or February

Course Introduction

This course is aimed at practising healthcare professionals who wish to develop the subject skills required for practice in specialist areas of medical imaging and the ability to deal with complex clinical situations. It provides a series of flexible modular pathways that are vocationally relevant and which meet the needs of radiographers and other healthcare professionals, their employers and professional bodies.

Course Syllabus

Modules: All Modules are Optional (O)

60 credits equivalent to PG Certificate in Medical Imaging PLUS 60 Credits:

A Research Module:

  • Research Methods in Health and Social Care (30 Credits) (O)
  • Undertaking a Systematic Review (30 Credits) (O)

PLUS:

  • One module from the School of Health Studies CPD module collection  (30 Credits) (O)

Special Features

  • This course has developed a reputation as one of the UK’s leading postgraduate courses for radiographers and is renowned for its innovative pathways
  • Continuing professional development funding may be available for some modules and courses. However, access to funding for part or all of an award cannot be guaranteed.  For further information about eligibility for funding please see the .

Entry Requirements

Our admissions policy is to facilitate admissions from as wide a range of healthcare professionals as possible. However, due to the requirement for appropriate access to clinical facilities and imaging departments, it is envisaged that the majority of students will be practising radiographers.

All applicants should be able to demonstrate that they have:

  • An appropriate Honours degree or professional qualification, for example BSc (Hons) in Diagnostic Radiography or Diploma of the College of Radiographers

Applicants for full awards should be able to demonstrate that they have:

  • Access to appropriate clinical facilities, caseload, case mix and the support of their Imaging Departmental Manager

PG Certificate Part-time

Suitable for International Students?

Not suitable for International Students

Award Tuition Fees Attendance Mode Length of Course
PG Certificate

See the Faculty of Health Studies website for details.

Part-time Between 1 and 5 years
September or February

Course Introduction

This course is aimed at practising healthcare professionals who wish to develop the subject skills required for practice in specialist areas of medical imaging and the ability to deal with complex clinical situations. It provides a series of flexible modular pathways that are vocationally relevant and which meet the needs of radiographers and other healthcare professionals, their employers and professional bodies.

Course Syllabus

 Modules: (C) = Core, (O) = Optional

PG Certificate in Medical Imaging (Computed Tomograhy)

60 Credits (2 x (C) Modules):

  • Computed Tomography (30 Credits) (C)
  • Clinical Computed Tomography (30 Credits) (C)

PG Certificate in Medical Imaging (Image Interpretation)

  • Principles of Reporting (30 Credits) (C)
  • Medical Image Reporting (30 Credits) (C)

PG Certificate in Medical Imaging (Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI))

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Clinical Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Special Features

  • This course has developed a reputation as one of the UK’s leading postgraduate courses for radiographers and is renowned for its innovative pathways
  • Continuing professional development funding may be available for some modules and courses. However, access to funding for part or all of an award cannot be guaranteed.  For further information about eligibility for funding please see the .

Entry Requirements

Our admissions policy is to facilitate admissions from as wide a range of healthcare professionals as possible. However, due to the requirement for appropriate access to clinical facilities and imaging departments, it is envisaged that the majority of students will be practising radiographers.

All applicants should be able to demonstrate that they have:

  • An appropriate Honours degree or professional qualification, for example BSc (Hons) in Diagnostic Radiography or Diploma of the College of Radiographers

Applicants for full awards should be able to demonstrate that they have:

  • Access to appropriate clinical facilities, caseload, case mix and the support of their Imaging Departmental Manager

Level of English Required

IELTS at 6.5 or the equivalent

[Full information on our General English Language Requirements]

Contact Details

School of Health Studies Admissions Office
Email: soh-recruitment@bradford.ac.uk
Tel: 00 44 1274 236367
Web: www.bradford.ac.uk/health


Download Prospectus

Health Studies Prospectus 2013 (PDF, 2MB)

Please note that these PDFs are correct as at time of print (2013). For the most up to date course information please use the web pages.

Please visit the Faculty of Health Studies website for detailed course and module information.   

Contact Details

Faculty of Health Studies Admissions Office
Email: fohs-recruitment@bradford.ac.uk
Tel: 00 44 1274 236367
Web: www.bradford.ac.uk/health

 

Cognate Course

Yes

This is the current course information. Modules and course details may change, subject to the University's programme approval, monitoring and review procedures. The University reserves the right to alter or withdraw courses, services and facilities as described on our website without notice and to amend Ordinances, Regulations, fees and charges at any time. Students should enquire as to the up-to-date position when applying for their course of study.