The CSU's Master of Medical Radiation Science is designed for practising medical radiation scientists to advance both their technological expertise and academic understanding of their chosen specialisation.
The Master of Medical Radiation Science (MRI) has been developed for those working in magnetic resonance imaging. This specialisation informs students of today's technology and also prepares them for the advances of tomorrow. In the final year, students have a chance to research a topic from MRI.
This postgraduate course is designed for practising medical radiation scientists to advance both their technological expertise and academic understanding of the chosen specialisation, whilst continuing clinical work in these areas. The Australian Radiography and Nuclear Medicine professional bodies recognise the value of postgraduate study as a means of keeping pace with rapidly changing technology in these fields, as well as of enhancing research.
Students looking to study full-time should apply through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC). Part-time, distance education, single subject and postgraduate students should be applied directly to the university by either going online or downloading the enrolment form.
The Charles Sturt University (CSU), with campuses around New South Wales, offers undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes on campus and by distance education, for domestic and international students.
The university offers courses in:
* allied health,
* medicine, and
* humanities and more.
CSU regional campuses are located in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Orange and Wagga Wagga. Theology Specialist Centres are located in Canberra and Parramatta. The university also has study centres in Melbourne and Sydney.