Medical radiations

RMIT is the only Victorian university offering a multidisciplinary approach to medical radiations, with the option to study all medical radiations disciplines at degree level.

Browse the list of Medical radiations
Study type Program name Location Code Apply
Undergraduate
Undergraduate
Bachelor of Applied Science (Medical Radiations)
BP321
Bundoora
BP321
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BP321
BP321
BP321
Research
Research
Master of Science (Medical Radiations Science)
MR228
Bundoora
MR228
{ "Program code" : "MR228", "Program name" : "Master of Science (Medical Radiations Science)", "School" : "Health and Biomedical Sciences", "Plan and CRICOS combination" : "", "National curriculum code" : "", "Career" : "Research", "College" : "" }
MR228
MR228
MR228
Research
Research
PhD (Medical Radiations Science)
DR228
Bundoora
DR228
{ "Program code" : "DR228", "Program name" : "PhD (Medical Radiations Science)", "School" : "Health and Biomedical Sciences", "Plan and CRICOS combination" : "", "National curriculum code" : "", "Career" : "Research", "College" : "" }
DR228
DR228
DR228
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