BS Medical Imaging Technology

Superior University’s BS Medical Imaging Technology degree is a multidisciplinary program, in essence combining elements from foundational sciences, biomedical engineering, and clinical medicine. The curriculum is designed to help students develop an understanding of all the basic modalities of radiology as well as the rapid advancement in the field of medical imaging technology to enable them to diagnose and understand patients’ health conditions.

Eligibility: F.Sc Pre-Medical or equivalent

Semester 1

CourseCredit Hour
Anatomy I
4
Biochemistry3
Islamic Studies
2
Medical Ethics
2
Physiology I
4

Semester 2

CourseCredit Hour
Physiology II
4
Anatomy II
4
Embryology3
Pakistan studies 2
English I / Functional English
3

Semester 3

CourseCredit Hour
Regional and imaging anatomy3
Pathology3
Clinical Pharmacology
3
English II/ Communication skills
3
Radiation Sciences
3
Sonographic Physics and
Instrumentation
3

Semester 4

CourseCredit Hours
General Radiology
3
Gynecological Ultrasound
3
Abdominal Ultrasound
3
Computing in Medical Imgaing
3
Pathology II
3
Social Entrepreneurship
3

Semester 5

Applied Medicine
3
Obstetrical Ultrasound I
3
Mammography and Special Radiological
Techniques
3
Small parts Ultrasound
3
Computed Tomography
2
Applied Surgery
3

Semester 6

CourseCredit Hours
Biostatistics and Research Methodology
2
Patient Care
2
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Physics
and Instrumentation
2
Musculoskeletal Ultrasound
3
Vascular Ultrasound
3
Healthcare Entrepreneurship
3
Obstetrical Ultrasound II
3

Semester 7

Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Clinical
Applications
3
Research Project
6
Interventional Radiology & Angiography
3
Echocardiography3
Nuclear Medicine
3

Semester 8

CourseCredit Hour
Practical Mammography & Special
Radiological Techniques
2
Practical Magnetic resonance Imaging
3
Practical General and Vascular
Ultrasound
2
Practical Computed Tomography
3
Practical Nuclear Medicine
2
Practical Interventional Radiology and
Angiography
3

To accommodate modern trends, Institute may reserve the right to change course requirements, fees, course classifications, course contents, class schedules, venues, faculty and the like, whenever it deems appropriate