If you are a recent medical radiation science graduate looking to specialise; a professional already working in the field; or a graduate from a related science or clinical discipline wishing to advance your knowledge and skills, our medical imaging science courses can help you to become a leader in healthcare.
Our medical imaging science degrees are taught entirely online by distance education and are tailored to meet the needs of busy professionals. No matter where you live – in Australia or internationally – you can gain a qualification in medical imaging science with us.
Your learning will take place via online lectures, webinars and discussion forums and you will have access to an extensive online library containing e-textbooks, e-journals and video resources. Students have remote access to a computed tomography (CT) scanner and a magnetic imaging system to complete tutorial work and develop a deeper understanding of the essential physics of CT and MRI.
As a medical imaging science student, you can study in your own time and at your own pace. Flexible enrolment allows you to fit your study around family, work and social commitments. You can also spread the cost. You will only be charged for the number of units of study in which you enrol each semester.
Our courses are designed for medical radiation practitioners looking to specialise in a range of fields, including:
Select specialisations and electives that match your learning interests and needs. Up to two specialisations can be completed in the masters degree and one in the graduate diploma. By studying a specialisation, you will demonstrate to prospective employers that you have advanced knowledge and expertise within your area.
University of Sydney graduates are highly employable, which is why we are ranked no.1 in Australia and 4th in the world for graduate employability.* Many of our students secure positions in the field even before they graduate.
Our medical imaging science courses are based on excellence, innovation and evidence. You will learn from academics who are publishing and presenting their research in national and international peer reviewed journals and conferences. Many hold leadership roles in the professional societies and government bodies that support the field of medical imaging science.
We recognise prior learning and offer credit for students who have completed related study or relevant work experience.
*QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020.