Department Overview
 Medical Diagnostic imaging (MDI) is an important part of the diagnostic process. The Program prepares  students to work on different imaging modalities,  including Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Nuclear Medicine (NM), Ultrasound (US) and digital imaging systems which are gradually replacing  conventional films worldwide. MDI graduates may work in hospitals and clinics, education, research and industry fields. Medical Diagnostic Imaging Department offers a program of Bachelor of Science in Medical Diagnostic Imaging (BSc.MDI) which consists of three plans: four-year basic, two-year bridging track A and three-year bridging track B.​