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Diploma in Diagnostic Imaging (Radiography)

Management and Science University (MSU)



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This course will prepare students with a solid foundation in knowledge, skills and attitude in anatomy and physiology, pathology, radiation physics, and the professional and technical disciplines related to diagnostic imaging science. It would serve as a platform for its graduates to pursue their career pathway in the radiation technology as a Diagnostic Radiographer. Upon successful completion of the course, graduates can apply to become a practicing Diagnostic Radiographer in government or private hospitals and medical centers. As the length of service and experience increases, many opportunities for promotion and increment in salary can be expected. Eventually, they can be promoted to become the head of department or even one of the hospital’s Directors. Many companies that produce imaging equipment such as Siemens, General Electric, Toshiba, and Phillips hire Diagnostic Radiographers to become their Application Specialists. Their main function is to help Radiographers learn how to use new equipment bought from the company. This job involves a lot of travel. Graduates may also pursue higher education to higher level i.e. Degree, Master and PhD both locally and overseas. Most graduates who further studies usually become a lecturer.

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Full Time (3 years)

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Management and Science University

University Drive, Off Persiaran Olahraga,

Section 13,



40100, Malaysia

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