SQA Higher: BBBC to include English (or a written subject requiring the use of English) and two from Biology/Human Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Physics.
GCE A Level: BCC to include two from Biology/Human Biology, Chemistry, Maths or Physics. English at GCSE grade 6/B if not held at A-level.
Irish Leaving Certificate Higher: H2H3H3H3 to include English (or a written subject requiring the use of English) and two from Biology, Chemistry, Maths or Physics.
IB Diploma: 27 to include Higher Level English (or a written subject requiring the use of English) at Grade 5 and two from Biology, Chemistry, Maths or Physics at Higher Level.
As Scotland's health service continue to undergo rapid change and modernisation, the philosophies of this course reflect the policy agenda of the The National Delivery Plan for the Allied Health Professions (AHP) in Scotland, 2012 – 2015. Over the last ten years the AHP workforce in Scotland has increased by over 30% which reflects the growing need for professionals with a diverse range of specialist skills who can make a vital contribution as first point of contact practitioners to diagnostics, early rehabilitation and enablement. Diagnostic Radiographers are in greater demand than ever and are often involved with the widest range of patients of any of the healthcare professions.
IS DIAGNOSTIC RADIOGRAPHY A GOOD CAREER CHOICE?
The integrated Master of Diagnostic Radiography curriculum will allow you to extend your competence, knowledge and skills beyond those required of an entry-level practitioner. The course facilitates a professional body drive for research-active Radiographers and the integrated Master's course is effectively a stepping stone to meeting the increased research expectations of the professional body. You will have the opportunity to enhance your knowledge in:
Public health and health promotion
Inter- and multi-professional team working
Population health and research
All of this enhances your employability and future career progression.
OSHC: 624GBP/ per year