Radiological Technology

Bachelor of Science in Radiological Technology

The Bachelor of Science in Radiological Technology degree is designed to educate and train graduates for careers in radiological technology and health-related sciences. After two years of studies in basic science, students are offered a range of subjects in radiological technology, including radiography (anatomy, pathology, positioning), radiobiology, radiotherapy, medical imaging and nuclear medicine.

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Objectives, Graduation Requirements

Program objectives

After completion, the graduates of this programme will be able to

1. Integrating theoretical and practical knowledge in medical radiation science and technology including radiation physics and instrumentation, radiation protection and safety, and digital image processing to conduct clinical practices.

2. Performing clinical practices in diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine, and radiation therapy according to national competencies and international standards in radiological technology including ASMIRT and EANM competencies.

3. Work in clinical practices with good communication, multidisciplinary teamwork skills, responsibility for self and group works, and professional ethics.

4. Possess critical thinking, problem solving, information technology skill, interpersonal skill, and leadership.


Program’s educational philosophy : Student-centered learning and outcome-based education


Expected Learning Outcomes

1. Apply basic and radiological sciences to medical and radiological practice.

2. Perform routine general radiography and routine CT according to the professional standards.

3. Perform diagnostics procedures by using nuclear medicine technology.

4. Perform therapeutic procedures by using radiotherapeutic treatment techniques.

5. Apply moral and code of ethics for providing services to the patients and related personnel during radiological practice.

6. Demonstrate effective collaboration, communication, multidisciplinary skills, and cultural awareness with the co-workers, patients, and related personnel for providing service.

7. Perform basic research to solve the problems and support education in radiological technology.


Admission Requirements and Criteria

  • All application must hold grade 12 certificates or equivalence certificate issued by the Ministry of Education in Science program.
  • The information of the number of students offered and criteria for admission:


Selection Method

The selected applicants must pass all examinations i.e. paper, interview and physical examination.






Academic System

Credit system with two semesters in an academic year.

Duration of Study

Period of study is 4 years for B.Sc. (Radiological Technology).


Students must register as full-time students.


Graduation Requirement

  • Complete all study requirements by not less than 3 academic years or 6 semesters and not more than 8 academic years or 16 semesters.
  • Study all required courses according to curriculum structure including general education, basic and professional education and free elective courses for altogether not less than 145 credits with the cumulative grade point average of not less than 2.00
  • Students need to pass an English Exam according to the MU regulations

Curriculum Structure

 Total credits requirement



 (I). General Education Courses



 (II). Common Core Courses



 (III). Professional Core courses



 (IV). Professional Specialized courses



 (V). Clinical Practice



 (VI). Professional Elective Courses



Collaboration with other institutes/organizations

          The Faculty collaborates with academic and professional institutes within and outside Mahidol University from both government and private sectors. These collaborations cover research, guest/special lecturers, instructors for class teaching, radiological technology practice and apprenticeship.


Curriculum Structure 

Course Description

Career Opportunities

                Graduates from the Radiological Technology Program are essential to pass the professional license examination in order to work legally in a radiological section of government and private hospitals. Furthermore, graduates can work in many areas of researcher, instructor, professor in research/education institutes and application specialist in reagent supplier companies.

                Graduates can be admitted to almost all Master and Doctoral Degree programs in Radiological Technology, Radiation Oncology, Nuclear Medicine, Medical Physics, Nuclear Technology, Biomedical Engineering, Radiological Science, Information Science etc.

Information updated on August 2019

For more information please contact

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Woranut Iampa
Chairman of the B.Sc. (Radiological Technology) Program

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