Masters | Postgraduate Course - Medical Imaging: Skeletal Image Reporting MSc Course Details within University of Exeter

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Course Fees
For 2019/20, fees will be charged pro rata per 30-credit module for UK/EU students. Fees are subject to an annual increment each academic year. UK/EU: £8,600 full-time; Pro-rata part-time (3 years); £1,450 per 30-credit module<br /> International: £21,100 full-time; Pro-rata part-time (3 years); £3,500 per 30-credit module
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Medical Imaging: Skeletal Image Reporting MSc

Study Details

MSc 30 months part-time

This programme develops the skills and expertise required to undertake skeletal image interpretation and the provision of associated definitive clinical reports. Modules within the programme will build on previous learning. Starting with appendicular skeleton reporting the programme then moves to consider axial skeleton reporting. Students will have opportunities to complete a research methodology module to equip them as comfortable research users and develop skills as researchers who add to the evidence base.

Staff running and teaching on the programme have extensive clinical reporting experience and expertise and provide stimulating and informative lectures.  Lectures are supported through blended learning delivered via our online platform and formative self-assessments to allow students to check their own progress. 

The programme is accredited by the Society and College of Radiographers.

Module details

The programme has a modular structure which when completed will ensure that graduates meet the standard requirements for reporting radiographers. The programme structure consists of two 15 credit and one 30 credit module for the PG Cert, with further 60 credits of modules for the PG Dip, and the addition of the 60 credit MSc research project for the full MSc.

Module titles are as follows:

  • Fundamentals and principles of clinical reporting and advanced practice
  • Musculoskeletal Pathology
  • Appendicular Skeletal reporting
  • Axial Skeletal reporting
  • Applied Research methods
  • Research/Dissertation

Entry Requirements

Normally a min 2:2 Honours degree (or equivalent) in a relevant  discipline. HCPC registration is required. Relevant clinical or professional experience may be taken into consideration as evidence of equivalency.

Programme Funding

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