Program Learning Objectives

Program Learning Outcomes, including graduates’ attributes after casting them properly in the form of learning outcomes (i.e., measurable and/or observable)*

Knowledge:

K1

The student is able to state the differences between the basic and advanced techniques in diagnostic imaging and patient investigations,

K2

The student is able to list the structures and functions of human body and the related diseases associated with it.

K3

The student is able to describe the principal of medical imaging instrumentation and radiation physics

K4

The student is able to define classification, physical and chemical properties and some reactions mechanism for organic and non-organic compounds.

Skills

S1

The student is able to choose different exposure factors, parameters and techniques to achieve optimal medical imaging in different diagnostic modalities. 

S2

The student is able to show the ability to work independently and within a team.

S3

The student is able to use the professional issues of safety and codes of ethics.

Competence

C1

C-1-1 Demonstrate the ability to communicate and interact effectively with patients and the members of the healthcare profession.

C2

C-2-1 Illustrate the ability to use up to date technology in medical information, equipment and communications.

C3

C-3 -1-Demonstrating good near and far visual acuity in monitoring patients.