Validated by the Radiography Board of the Health & Care Professions Council and the Society & College of Radiographers, the BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography and Imaging degree offers excellent career opportunities.
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The BSc Diagnostic Radiography and Imaging course aims to provide you with advanced knowledge, understanding and skills in radiographic practice. It is taught in academic and clinical settings and incorporates the specific skills of radiation science, anatomy, physiology, pathology and radiography.
Programme Structure In year one you will be introduced to behavioural, imaging and radiation sciences, and the practice of diagnostic radiography. You will undertake extended clinical placements, with assessment including coursework, examinations and clinical competence.
Academic Entry Requirement
Academic Requirements Typical A-level OfferBBB in GCE A-level achieved in one sitting, to include a scienceGeneral Studies, Critical Thinking and Citizenship are not acceptable at GCE AS or A-level.Typical WBQ OfferGrade A in the Core plus grades BB in GCE A-Level to include a scienceTypical Int Bacc Offer28 points and at least one science subject must be offered at Higher Level grade 6. In addition, English, Maths, Physics plus one other science subject must be offered at Subsidiary or GCSE level.
English Entry Requirement
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