Radiological technicians carry out investigations and treat patients by means of the latest technologies. This Bachelor Programme aims to give students extensive theoretical knowledge and practical skills to work independently and qualified with their patients. As specialists in the fields of x-ray, tomographic techniques, nuclear medicine and radiotherapy radiological technicians are responsible for the proper conduct of the investigation and all related activities. The resulting data form the indispensable basis for further diagnosis by the doctor. In radiotherapy radiological technicians accompany the patients over a longer period and are responsible for the planning of individual radiation treatments. Due to the thorough training they are also specialists for radiation protection and quality assurance.
The course is divided into modules, some of which are offered interdisciplinary. The study areas consist of general and job-related medical basics and relevant contents from related science.
The curriculum is characterized by a balance of proper theoretical education, science and practical training.
In addition to acquiring technical and methodological skills, students are also trained in social and communicative skills, such as conflict resolution skills, ability to self-reflection, teamwork etc. Moreover they learn to transfer the basics of scientific work. In accompanying internships students are given the opportunity to deepen the knowledge acquired under professional guidance and implement.