Radiographic Science
- RAD2001 - 33 ECTS

Expected learning outcomes

The student will show insight into the different modality`s of radiography, and show understanding for the patients neends during examinations and treatment.
The student will document knowledge of radiographic challenge in different modalities.
The student will show ability of reflection, and have an analytic and critcal approach to the theoretical as well as the practical sides of radiography. Module 3 - 8


The examination comtents the goals from the following subjects: skeleton, computer tomography, magnetic resonans imaging, angiography an intervention, mammography, nuclear medicin and ultrasound.

Teaching Methods

PBL (Problem Based Learning)

Form(s) of Assessment

Written exam, 6 hours
Digital exam

Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)

Portfolio Assessment (counts 50%, evaluated by lecturer)
Written Exam, 6 hours (counts 50%, evaluated by lecturer and an examiner)
Each part must be individually approved of.
If the student fail on parts of the exam he will only have to do this part over again. The portfolio contents 6 written papers, were two are evaluated together with the written exam. Each paper will count for 25% of the total result. the student - group choose one of the papers for evaluation.

Grading Scale

Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)

Coursework Requirements

The student must participate obligatory parts of module 4 - 7.