The applied medical radiation sciences encompass a variety of disciplines, including radiological technology, radiation therapy and nuclear medicine technology. Because the world of medical radiation science is evolving vibrantly, there is a strong need for quality education and research in radiological sciences and protection.
The Department of Radiological Technology and the Institute of Radiological Science maintain a strong commitment to new medical imaging technologies. We provide innovative programs blending an interdisciplinary core curriculum and ongoing clinical experience in radiological sciences. The 4-year bachelor's program in the Department of Radiological Technology Should prepare undergraduate students to apply for certification through the Taiwanese Registry of Radiological Technologists, since this certification is necessary for radiology technician working in hospitals, clinics and medical laboratories. Following degree completion, students are also eligible to write the registry exam of radiation protection technologists and the physicists.