Master of Molecular Imaging Technology
Australian Higher Education Loan Program (HELP)
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Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:
- Access the most comprehensive and advanced range of magnetic resonance instrumentation in the Southern Hemisphere.
- Gain practical experience with a semester-long research project.
- Graduate equipped to drive advances in disease diagnostics, molecular characterisation and drug discovery.
- Organise your study around professional and personal commitments, with all courses able to be completed online.
- Clinical imaging technologist
- Biomedical imaging manager
- Biotechnology physicist
- Radiation oncologist
- Molecular pathologist
Higher education via OUA
To be eligible for entry, you'll need:
- a bachelor's degree in applied science, medical imaging, chemistry, pharmacy, physics, computer science or electrical and biomedical engineering or an approved discipline.
You must have a grade point average (GPA) of 4.0 on a 7-point scale in your previous qualification.
English Proficiency Requirements
All applicants must satisfy the UQ English language proficiency requirements for admission.
If you've completed previous study, you may be eligible to receive credit for – or exemption from – certain subjects in a UQ program. Assessment of prior learning and the granting of credit or exemption will be consistent with the Recognition of Prior Learning Policy (limits in section 2.4).
Molecular imaging is a form of biomedical imaging, which is rapidly growing in importance in the applied life sciences and contributes in the advancement of biomedicines. The Master of Molecular Imaging Technology aims at developing international leaders in molecular imaging through this unique program taught by molecular imaging experts supported by state-of-the-art facilities. In this program students will have the opportunity to undertake courses and engage with a molecular imaging research project.
This program suits people with background in chemistry, biology, physics, computer science, engineering, radiography and nuclear medicine technology who wish to gain an in-depth knowledge in molecular imaging.