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Producing superb radiologists through systematic lab training

Radiation treatment is a very important and indispensable field of modern medicine. Because doctors can look into every part of our bodies using radiation, they can improve their diagnostic accuracy. Radiation is also contributing to treating cancer, which is the number one cause of death. Our department trains professional medical radiologists who effectively handle radiology at hospitals and other medical institutions and improve the quality of radiation treatment. As anyone who wants to be a successful radiologist has to study at a high quality university, the Department of Radio Technology has become very popular throughout the country.

Curriculum | Three-year Program

  1. Human Anatomy(1)(2)& Lab, Radiation physics(1)(2), Radiation Biology, Radiation Photosensitization(1)(2)& Lab, Medical Terminology, Introduction to Basic Science, Basic Electricity and Electronics, Introduction to Medical Imaging, Practice of Medical Imaging
  2. Physiology(1)(2), Radiological Equipment(1)(2) & Lab, Radiation Therapy(1), Nuclear Medicine Technology(1), Public Health Science, Radiographic Imaging(3)(4) & Lab, Medical Engineering, Imaging Informatics(1)(2) & Lab, Computer Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Pathology
  3. Radiation Therapy(2), Radiation Measurement & Lab, Radiation Management, Nuclear Medicine Technology(2), Medical Law, Comprehensive Clinical Lab, Ultrasonographic Imaging (1)(2) & Lab, Anatomical Imaging(1)(2), Medical Imaging Seminar(1)(2), Nuclear Power Laws, Interventional Radiography, Advanced Radiation Technology

Department Strengths

  • Department management programs
    Clubs and mentoring system, systematic study group, orientation and classtrips for freshmen, academic conferences, meeting day for seniors and juniors, Invitation of domestic and foreign industry professional, Events for national examinations, appreciation events
  • Enhancement of foreign language skills and advanced clinical on-site training
  • Improvement of clinical job skills through S-PBL training methods

Careers and Continuing Education

  • Licenses
    Radiologist, radioisotopes operator, non-destructive testing engineer
  • Career Opportunities
    Hospitals and medical clinics, healthcare research institutes, civil servant in the healthcare field, companies using radiological equipment, radiological equipment manufacturing, and fields related to radiology (medical imaging, radiation oncology, nuclear medicine)
  • Career Paths
    Having acquired a radiologist's license, students can work at a department of medical imaging, radiation oncology, and nuclear medicine in national general hospitals, small hospitals, and medical clinics. They can be civil or government servants in the radiation field, working for the Korea Food & Drug Administration and public health centers, and can work at companies using radiological equipment, find employment in the medical technology industry, and work at research institutes as specialists in the field of radiation. In addition, they can find jobs abroad, in the U.S.A, Canada, Australia or the Middle East