The Bachelor of Science in Radiography is four year (8 semester) program that give you exceptional skills in becoming a practical nurse. A career as a Radiographer can be a rewarding opportunity to provide caring medical support to individuals and families across the lifespan. You’ll learn how to assist with health assessments and medication administration, and will have a lot of opportunities for hands-on experience to develop clinical skills. You’ll also learn about drug types, drug classifications and their effect on a person’s body, as well as the promotion of healthy lifestyles. An emphasis on critical thinking and communications will help you become a skilled practical nurse who is able to adapt to a variety of environments and work with diverse patient populations. Under supervision, you’ll be able to manage and direct care in various healthcare facilities. Upon completion, you’ll be eligible to take the National Nursing Council licensing exam.
A minimum of six credits obtained in the GCE “O” Level/IGCSE/SGCSE which must be at C grade or better. Subjects that must be passed at C grade or better include the following:
- Mathematics (Math Literacy shall not be considered)
- English Language
- Physics/Physical Science
And any other two subjects at C grade or better
A recognized equivalent qualification.