Radiography courses

Bachelor of Applied Science (Diagnostic Radiography) University of Sydney

4.0 out of 5 from 2 reviews
Ranked #15 in our University Rankings
Bachelor Degree
Sydney
4.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Use technology to produce world-class medical imaging and provide excellent patient care. In the Bachelor of Applied Science (Diagnostic Radiography) you will learn to use high tech equipment ranging from small mobile X-ray machines to larger units; from MRI and CT scanners to sophisticated cardiac units, enabling timely and accurate patient diagnoses.

As a diagnostic radiography student, you will learn to work closely with other medical and allied health practitioners and to employ a range of technologies to produce medical images that will, to create images that can help provide an accurate diagnosis and sound patient care. Diagnostic radiographers work closely with cardiologists in imaging heart disease, with surgeons during a range of operations, and with emergency doctors in the emergency room.

During this four year degree, you will develop a comprehensive understanding of radiography including imaging technology, radiographic science and radiographic evaluation. You will undertake significant clinical and professional fieldwork opportunities, providing hands-on experience with real clients in a supervised environment. This allows you to combine the academic components of the course with the practical abilities required of the profession.
Careers

Graduates of the Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Diagnostic Radiography) are required to apply for registration with the Medical Radiation Practice Board of...

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Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Applied Science (Diagnostic Radiography) University of Sydney based on 2 reviews
Rating
4.0
Job prospects
4.5
Teachers
3.5
Course work
4.5
Time worthy
4.5
Money Worthy
4.5



Student Reviews

March 2018
Year completed 2014

Positives are the detailed anatomy and physiology subjects. Also the science and research subjects that help critical thinking. Most teachers were helpful as well. It was a small cohort which made it easy to learn and find support. We also had lots of clinical placement which was paramount to our practical learning.

The ne...

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March 2018
Year completed 2020

Positive: the way in which the theory that is learnt is applied practically. It shows that every unit and topic is relevant to ensuring students know how to provide the best health care in their future practice. The small number of students in the course also help with developing a strong community

Negative: a lot of con...

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