Bachelor's degree in Imaging and Radiotherapy

General

Program Description

The medical imaging and radiotherapy technician works in medical teams. He participates in the functional exploration and makes the diagnosis. He carries out, according to the medical prescription, acts relating to medical imaging by manipulating the MRIs and the scanners and other radiological devices of which he is a specialist.

When part of a radiotherapy unit, he is involved in the establishment of therapeutic treatment 'radiotherapy, brachytherapy' in cancer patients.hospital, equipment, medicine Bokskapet / Pixabay

Training program

Semester 1
  • Biophysics of radiation
  • Chemistry
  • Nursing
  • Hospital hygiene
  • General anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Cell biology
  • Molecular biology and histology
  • C2I
  • Internet and web
  • French
  • English
Semester 2
  • Applied Physics in Radiological Imaging
  • Applied Physics in Nuclear Medicine and Radiotherapy
  • Biochemistry
  • Pharmacology
  • Bacteriology and immunology
  • Parasitology and virology
  • General anatomy
  • Radioanatomie
  • Hospital practice (Internship)
  • First aid
  • English
  • French
Semester 3
  • Imaging of the musculoskeletal system
  • Imaging of the urogenital tract
  • Medical pathology
  • Surgical pathology
  • Applied physics in nm
  • Ultrasound applied physics
  • Medical Imaging Practice (Internship)
  • Occupational pathologies
  • Medical semiology
  • Surgical semiology
  • English
  • French
Semester 4
  • Pulmonary imaging
  • Imaging of the digestive system
  • Pediatric radio
  • Medical Imaging Practice (Internship)
  • Geriatrics
  • Quality approach
  • Signal and image processing
  • Computer Science (Programming)
  • Communication techniques
  • French
  • Psycho-social
  • English
Semester 5
  • radiobiology
  • Radiation protection
  • Cardiovascular imaging
  • Imaging of the neurological apparatus and ENT
  • Radiotherapy
  • Nuclear medicine
  • Medical Imaging Practice (Internship)
  • Radiation Physics
  • Research Methodology
  • biostatistics
  • French
  • English
Semester 6
  • Networks of images and data
  • Imaging techniques and
  • scanning
  • Medical imaging practice (internship)
  • Method of work and information and communication techniques
  • Research seminar
  • PFE
  • Legislation, ethics and professional conduct
  • Patient's right
  • French
  • English

Professional Horizons

Can practice in offices, radiology departments and mobile radiology units as:

  • Manipulator in medical imaging
  • Radiology manipulator
  • Radiotherapy manipulator
  • Technician in medical physics

Or as sales manager in a company producing and selling radiological equipment.

Conditions of admission

  • In the first year of a Bachelor's degree, students with a bachelor's degree or a diploma recognized as equivalent are admitted.
  • Are admitted in the second or third year of the license, the students having respectively succeeded one or two years of higher studies in the same specialty or in related specialties.
  • Admission in the 3rd year is also done on file with the holders of a diploma of higher technician (DEST, DUT) or a diploma sanctioning studies undergraduate (DEUPC) in the specialty or in related specialties.
Last updated Mar 2020

About the School

The UPSAT , a private faculty of health sciences, was founded in 2001. It is a pioneer in paramedical university education in Tunisia. UPSAT is the first private paramedical higher education instituti ... Read More

The UPSAT , a private faculty of health sciences, was founded in 2001. It is a pioneer in paramedical university education in Tunisia. UPSAT is the first private paramedical higher education institution to be recognized by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research as well as by the Ministry of Health. Read less