Excellence in learning and teaching of Technology of Radiographic Imaging, Research, and Community Service
Graduate specialists in Technology of Radiographic Imaging who possess international standards of scientific capabilities and clinical skills in order to meet the needs of national and regional market.
- Prepare qualified graduates specialized in technology of radiographic imaging in order to meet the need of national and regional market.
- Accomplish international accreditation standards in teaching/learning technology of radiographic imaging.
- Continuous enhancement of faculty members performance and competencies in the specialty area of technology of radiographic imaging.
- Promote students’ self-reliant learning skills, communication, and scientific thinking.
- Application of faculty members and students to scientific research skills, participation in scientific conferences and workshops.
- Provision of continuing education programs, and training sessions in the specialty area of technology of radiographic imaging.
- Provision of distinguished levels of academic activities and clinical training for the students in the program of technology of radiographic imaging.
- Reinforce the use of medical ethics, justice, and equity principles.
- Encourage community service through voluntary work.
Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs):
Knowledge of basic principles in technology of radiographic imaging.
Familiarity with health-related problems through proper assessment and development of appropriate intervention for the patient's condition
Handling health-related problems while considering the preventive aspects, and the practice of evidence-based interventions.
The application of creative thinking as a method in solving problems related to technology of radiographic imaging.
Work in a team and act responsibly in personal and professional situations
The ability to apply the rules of behavior and medical ethics in judging and using technology of radiographic imaging.
Apply general safety measures when dealing with patients in need of radiographic imaging.