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The School of Medical Imaging and Radiological Sciences


Our department was found in 2002. The educational goal is to train the professionals in medical imaging and radiological sciences with expertise, research capabilities and human care. Each year we enroll eighty undergraduates and nine graduate students.  

Career opportunities

1. Radiation technologist

2. Radiation protection personnel

3. Medical physicist

4. Customs officers for X-ray detector

5. Engineer or salesman in a medical devices company

6. Engineer in a picture archive and communication system (PACS) company

7. Master and Ph.D. graduate student (medical imaging and radiological sciences, medical engineer, electrical engineer and other relevant institutes)