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Courses Descriptions

X-Ray Physics, RAD211, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) introduces the principles of x-ray production, image formation, physics of imaging system and fundamentals of Radiation measurements and protection.

Radiographic Anatomy, RAD 221, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) enables students to learn the relevant anatomical structures of the human body and correlate these structures with radiographic images.

Radiographic Physiology, RAD 223, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) gives the foundation of basic human physiology relevant to radiographic techniques. It enables student to comprehend the physiological basis of imaging techniques.

Pathology, CLS 223, (2 Credits)

This Course (module) deals with the basic concept of the various disease processes for the various systems and body organs.

Computers in Medical Imaging, RAD 454, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) introduces the students to computers, microprocessors and their applications in Radiology.

Radiographic Techniques-I, RAD 222, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) is designed to provide student with general principles of radiography including routine and specific projections for the extremities, chest and abdomen.

Nuclear Medicine Physics, RAD 311, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) introduces the students to the physical principles of nuclear medicine, instrumentation with emphasis on enable the basic nuclear medicine procedures.

Clinical Practice-I, RAD 331, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) introduces student to radiology and medical imaging department at hospital as well as patient care techniques and ethics.

Image Recording Techniques, RAD 341,(3 Credits)

This Course (module) provides the students with the sufficient knowledge and practical expertise necessary to carry out various image recording techniques currently employed in Diagnostic Radiology.

Health Science & Service Organization, CHS 242, (2 Credits)

This Course (module) introduces the organization and operation in health care hospitals with emphasis on quality management function required in diverse health care organizations, definitions and standards of quality in health care, as well as to various tools used to measure, evaluate and improve quality.

Radiographic Techniques-II, RAD 321,(3 Credits)

This Course (module) is designed to provide student with general principles of radiography including skull, dental and spine.

Radiographic Techniques-III, RAD 322, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) provides the students with principles of contrast media and fluoroscopy techniques including examination of GIT, Urinary Tract and Biliary system.

Clinical Practice-II, RAD 332, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) extend the students radiographic skills gained in RAD 222 and RAD 331 through training in clinical setting, with emphasis on patient care, radiation protection, and image quality.

Clinical Practice-IV, RAD 432, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) provides the students with the basic knowledge and clinical applications of routine nuclear medicine procedures.

Introduction to Radiotherapy, RAD 461, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) provides the students with the basic principles of Oncology and Radiotherapy.

Ultrasound Physics, RAD 312, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) covers the physical principles and various techniques in ultrasound imaging including the operations of various ultrasound instruments.

Radiographic Techniques-IV, RAD 323, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) covers bedside and theatre radiography as well as the principles of computed tomography.

Clinical Practice-III, RAD 431, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) extend the students radiographic skills gained in RAD 321 and RAD 222 through training in clinical setting, with emphasis on patient care, radiation protection, and image quality.

Clinical Practice-VII, RAD 435, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) enables the students to practice contrast media examinations in clinical setting, as well as familiarizing them with the resuscitation equipment, emergency procedures and drugs used during contrast medium drug reactions.

Heath Safety and Welfare at Work , RAD 453, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) provides the students with safety techniques in hospitals and community which help in protecting patients, community and other workers, and themselves against ionizing radiation.

Advanced Radiographic Techniques, RAD 421, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) provides the students with the necessary knowledge for performing angiographic and interventional procedures.

Accident and Emergency radiography, RAD 422, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) enhances the students understanding of the medical concepts in accidents and other emergencies and increases their radiographic skills in the management of emergency cases.

Clinical Practice-V, RAD 433, (2 Credits)

This Course (module) provides the students with the principles and clinical applications of magnetic resonance imaging.

Clinical Practice in Ultrasound-I, RAD 434, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) provides the students with knowledge and practical ultrasonography skills necessary applying the examinations of the abdomen, e.g. (hepato-billary system, urinary system, female reproductive organs, and in pregnancy.

Computerized Tomography Imaging, RAD 451, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) introduces the students to basic physical concepts and practical techniques of computerized tomography.

Clinical Practice Radiotherapy, RAD 462, (3 Credits)

This module is designed to provide the student with clinical aspects of radiation oncology as well as techniques used for simulation and treatment delivery.

Radiographs & Their Interpretation, RAD 463, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) is designed to provide the student with basic knowledge on systematic approaches for evaluating radiographic images to determine diagnostic quality. Emphasis is placed on the radiographic appearance of common pathologies.

Clinical Practice in Ultrasound-II, RAD 464, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) emphasis on the basic ultrasound techniques used for examining the heart, great vessels, and small parts. With the opportunity to observe echocardiography, and interventional procedures.

Clinical Practice in Magnetic Resonance, RAD 465, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) provides the students with the basic practical skills necessary for applying sectional imaging including CT and MRI.

Clinical Practice in Nuclear Medicine, RAD 466, (3 Credits)

This Course (module) is an advanced clinical practice in Nuclear Medicine Technology which enables the student to participate in performing nuclear medicine procedures.