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Medical Radiation Science

Medical Radiation Science

Medical Imaging is the profession responsible for performing medical images using x-rays, ultrasound and magnetic fields and radio-waves. This profession will combine your love of people and technology in a rewarding career.

Diagnostic radiography is a growing field with the unique opportunity to apply both technical interests and people skills on a daily basis.


Studying medical radiation science opens a wide range of career paths.

  • General radiographer
  • Mammographer
  • Angiographer
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) radiographer
  • Computed tomography (CT) radiographer
  • Clinical educator
  • Clinical researcher
  • Research manager
  • Vendor application specialist

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Interactive workshops

Title Demystifying radiation
DescriptionMany people have phobias about radiation, yet we live in a world of radiation. This will be a fun session in which radiation will be demystified and we will look at some benefits and when to be concerned.
Learning outcomes
  • an understanding of what is harmful and what is safe radiation
  • discuss where radiation is beneficial to an individual
Session length45 - 55 minutes
Class sizeN/A
LocationOn-campus (semester 2 only)
Cost Free