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Under Graduate

8 Semesters, 4 years


Eligibility Criteria

Intermediate Pre Medical with minimum 50% marks or equivalent

BS Medical Imaging Sciences


The BS Medical Imaging Sciences program mission is supported by the following program objectives:

Medical Knowledge:

  • Providing fine quality education preparing graduates with high-quality education with full-scope radiological services in a professional manner by skilled instructors.
  • Training students with sufficient scientific and technological skills with competence and safety in radiography in health care delivery systems.
  • Understanding the relationship between basic and clinical sciences and applying the knowledge in clinical sciences to determine appropriate imaging studies.

Patient Care:

  • Learning the anatomic appearance of a patient's body parts on imaging studies.
  • Learning to recognize changes in follow-up studies and to determine the new additional information that can be used in inpatient care.

Practice-Based Learning Improvement:

  • Facilitating and supporting one's own education by utilizing information technology and reading the latest journal publications.
  • Assessing, applying and assimilating the investigative knowledge to improve patient care.


  • Completing responsibilities reliably
  • Demonstrating empathy, integrity and respect

Systems-based Practice

  • Recognizing the role of radiation technologist as a member and coordinator of the healthcare team.
  • Realizing the role in community and society.
  • Producing appropriate written work and technical information for an academic and professional audience.

Research and development

Undertaking innovative research in Medical Imaging, including the development of research questions, research hypothesis, application of investigative, critical discussion methods, critical review, and presentation of results and conclusions.

Role and Scope

There are many opportunities for the graduates in hospitals and teaching sectors to perform patient assessment, patient management, and a variety of radiologic procedures. This field has a broad scope as one can work as/in:

  • Clinical areas ranging from prenatal care to surgery and orthopaedics.
  • Technical representative for a radiology equipment firm.
  • In a hospital or outpatient clinics.
  • Researcher in diagnostic imaging or radiation therapy.
  • Work in post-secondary educational programs in clinics, colleges and hospitals.
  • Radiologic Technologist
  • Radiological administrator
  • Researcher
  • Junior Radiological Scientist
  • Lecturer
  • Radiological Equipment application expert.

semesters and courses

Semester 1

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ISL-101/ETH-100 Islamic Studies /Ethics 2(2-0)
ENG-101 English I (Reading & Writing Skills) 3(3-0)
MATH-101 Mathematics 3(3-0)
CS-101 Introduction to Information & Communication Technologies 3(2-1)
BIOC-101 Biochemistry 3(2-1)
ISL-103 Teaching of Holy Quran with Translation I 1(1-0)
  Credit Hours 15 (13-2)

Semester 2

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
PHSL-101 Physiology 3(2-1)
ANA-101 Anatomy 3(3-0)
PS-101 Pakistan Studies 2(2-0)
ENG-102 English II (Communication Skills) 3(3-0)
ISL-104 Teaching of Holy Quran with Translation II 1(1-0)
RAD-111 Medical Radiological Physics and Radiation Sciences & Technology 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 15 (14-1)

Semester 3

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ISL-201 Teaching of Holy Quran with Translation-III 1(1-0)
ENG-201 English III (Technical Writing & Presentation Skills) 3(3-0)
PSY-201 Psychology 3(3-0)
PHARM-201 Pharmacology 3(2-1)
PATH-201 Pathology 3(3-0)
ANA-202 Cross Sectional Anatomy-I 3(2-1)
  Credit Hours 16 (14-2)

Semester 4

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ISL-202 Teaching of Holy Quran with Translation-IV 1(1-0)
GEN-201 Sociology 3(3-0)
SUR-201 Surgery-I 3(3-0)
MED-201 Medicine -I 3(3-0)
ANA-203 Cross Sectional Anatomy-II 3(2-1)
RDS-211 General Radiology and Basics of Ultrasound 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 16 (15-1)


Semester 5

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MGT-301 Entrepreneurship 3(3-0)
STAT-301 Biostatistics 3(3-0)
SUR-301 Surgery—II 3(3-0)
MED-301 Medicine- II 3(3-0)
GYN-501 Gynecology and Obstetrics 3(3-0)
RAD-411 Radiography imaging procedures (X-ray & Fluoroscopy) 3(2-1)
  Credit Hours 18 (17-1)

Semester 6

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
GEN-302 Patient Care 2(2-0)
RESH-301 Research Methodology 3(2-1)
RAD-312 Principles of Echocardiography 3(2-1)
RAD-313 Obstetrical Ultrasound 3(2-1)
RAD-314 Abdominal and Gynecological Ultrasound 3(2-1)
RAD-315 Computed Tomography (CT)-I 3(2-1)
  Credit Hours 17 (12-5)

Semester 7

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
RAD-311 Musculoskeletal Ultrasound & Small parts ultrasound 3(2-1)
RAD-412 Basics of Doppler & Vascular Ultrasound 3(2-1)
RAD-413 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) 4(2-2)
RAD-414 Computed Tomography (CT)-II 3(2-1)
RAD-415 Mammography Radiological Techniques 3(2-1)
  Credit Hours 16 (10-6)


Semester 8

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
RAD-416 Research Project 6(0-6)
RAD-417 Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine Techniques 2(2-0)
RAD-418 Advances in Medical Imaging Technology 3(2-1)
RAD-419 Angiography and Cardiac Imaging 2(1-1)
RAD-420 Interventional Radiology 2(1-1)
  Credit Hours 15 (6-9)