The Purpose of the Program: Medical imaging technicians are the health care professionals who x-ray the patients sent by the related doctor. They work in the x-ray, computerized tomography, magnetic resonance, mammography, ultrasonography units of the hospitals. As they are also in charge of preparing and operating the radiotherapy machines, they can work for the several units of nuclear medicine departments. The students who successfully completed all the courses are given vocational school of higher education associate diploma and the title of “Radiology Technician”. The program takes two years
Career Opportunities: The graduates of Medical Imaging Techniques Program can work as a “Radiology Technician” for the public, private or university teaching hospitals, private medical centers and as well as the radiology (conventional radiology, computerized tomography, magnetic resonance, angiography, mammography, fluoroscopy), nuclear medicine and radiotherapy units of private medical imaging centers.