Bachelor’s program in Radiation Technology combines both theoretical and clinical instructions covering topics such as physiology, anatomy, radiation physics, radiation imaging, radiation protection, positioning of patients, radiographic techniques, medical terminology and patient care procedures. Using new imaging techniques , along side doctors and nurses , you will help in quicker and more accurate diagnosis of illness.
After the completion of BRT, you will find a challenging career in hospitals, trauma centers and private laboratories. You can also explore a career in nuclear imaging. As it’s a very demanding profession, candidates seek career in various specializations under radiology where the remunerations are high.
Common job profiles of students after completing BRT include:
Diagnostic Imaging General Technologist, Radiation Therapist, Nuclear Medicine Technologist, Sonographer, Magnetic Resonance Imager (MRI), Trainee Nuclear Medicine Technologist, Trainee Sonographer, Trainee Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist.
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