A bachelor is an academic degree program that helps prepare students for a future career or to continue their education. Bachelor’s degrees can be earned in about three to five years depending on student achievement as well as the requirements of each specific degree program.
Radiographers play a key role in healthcare networks by administering X-rays, CT scans, and MRI scans to patients, assisting doctors in their diagnoses. Different radiography specializations abound, allowing students the potential to choose which part of the medical industry they prefer to work.
The programme is designed to build onto knowledge already acquired at Diploma level and will equip the student with knowledge in advanced radiographic procedures. Managem
The programme is designed to build onto knowledge already acquired at Diploma level and will equip the student with knowledge in advanced radiographic procedures. Management and research methodology add to the range of skills gained during the programme.
A National Diploma in Radiography (Diagnostic) or equivalent.
A minimum of 60% is required in the NDip programme.