CPUT Radiography



CPUT Radiography

CPUT Radiography,



Course Information and Fees

RADIOGRAPHY (DIAGNOSTIC) – COURSE DISCONTINUED AS OF 2014ND: (National Diploma)



IMPORTANT NOTICE: This course has been discontinued for 2014 and will subsequently be replaced by the Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Radiography degree

The aim of the course is to develop professionals who, in addition to demonstrating the knowledge and skills required in Diagnostic Radiography, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound, or Radiation Oncology, have also gained experience in applying such knowledge and skills in the appropriate workplace context.The radiographer should be proficient in a range of generic and academic skills, having a broad integrated knowledge of health science. The radiographer should be a reflective practitioner and a life-long learner in the profession in order to benefit the community and society.
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Career Opportunities
Graduates find employment in academic hospitals, community health centres, private and public practice both nationally and internationally, research institutes, and related industries.

Admission requirements
Undergraduates
For all Certificate, Diploma and National Diploma applications, consult the General admission requirements.
General admission requirements
Some courses require students to submit additional information as part of their application.
Additional admission requirements
Postgraduates
For all Honours, Masters and Doctorate applications, consult the Postgraduate admission requirements.
Postgraduate admission requirements



Syllabus and fees

First Year

Compulsory subject(s):

Second Year

Compulsory subject(s):

Third Year

Compulsory subject(s):
Lectures and Clinical Work
The courses commence on February 1 each year and are experiential, integrated programmes conducted at Groote Schuur and Tygerberg campuses.Clinical Training
All students are required to complete clinical training at an approved training institution for each year of study. They are subject to the rules and regulations of the institution, whether state or private, in which they are placed for clinical experiential training.Community Service
One year of community service is a requirement for all qualifying students on completion of the National Diploma. This is arranged between the newly qualified radiographer and the Department of Health.
Second National Diploma
On completion of the National Diploma in a particular discipline, students may apply to do a National Diploma in a second discipline, with credits for common subjects. This course requires an additional two years to complete.
Offering Type and Duration
Full-Time / Three years
Course is offered on Groote Schuur Hospital Campus.
Course is offered on Tygerberg Hospital Campus.
For any queries get in touch with:
Contact: Ingrid Jeptha
Telephone: +27 21 959 6569
Fax: +27 21 959 6118
Email: jepthai@cput.ac.za
Contact: Mr A Speelman
Telephone: +27 21 959 5620
Fax: +27 21 959 5881
Email: speelmana@cput.ac.za
Contact: Mrs Carol le Roux
Telephone: +27 21 959 5598
Fax: +27 21 959 5619
Email: lerouxc@cput.ac.za
NOTE: The fees in this prospectus are for the 2018 academic year and are provided to assist you in your planning.
Disclaimer
This information is subject to change based on approval and accreditation of HEQSF aligned qualifications.
Admission requirements may therefore differ between the existing qualification and the HESQF aligned qualification. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information on this page; however the University reserves the right at any time, if circumstances require, to make changes to any of the published details.

 

Course Information and Fees

Diagnostic Radiography(NQF Level 8)BSc: (Bachelor Of Science)

The aim of this four year professional degree is to develop professionals who, in addition to demonstrating the knowledge and skills required in Diagnostic Radiography have also gained experience in applying such knowledge and skills in the appropriate workplace context.
The Diagnostic Radiographer should be proficient in a range of generic and academic skills, having a broad integrated knowledge of health science. The radiographer should be a reflective practitioner and a life-long learner in the profession in order to benefit the community and society.
The curriculum facilitates the holistic development of the student. Students gain professional skills in the clinical environment. This involves working with patients as part of the Health Care Team.
Career Information
The Diagnostic Radiographer works in a multidisciplinary team. Diagnostic Radiography mainly entails the production of digital images that may be used to diagnose or confirm medical diagnoses and to aid in therapeutic and interventional procedures. Diagnostic Radiography utilizes radiation to produce images of the human body and includes General and Specialised Radiography, Trauma and Theatre Radiography, Angiography, Mammography and Computer Tomography. Magnetic Resonance Imaging utilises magnetic fields to produce 3 Dimensional images.
Career Opportunities
Graduates find employment in academic hospitals, community health centres, private and public practice both nationally and internationally, research institutes, and related industries.

Admission requirements
Undergraduates
For all Certificate, Diploma and National Diploma applications, consult the General admission requirements.
General admission requirements
Some courses require students to submit additional information as part of their application.
Additional admission requirements
Postgraduates
For all Honours, Masters and Doctorate applications, consult the Postgraduate admission requirements.
Postgraduate admission requirements



Syllabus and fees

First Year

Compulsory subject(s):

Second Year

Compulsory subject(s):

Third Year

Compulsory subject(s):

Fourth Year

Compulsory subject(s):
Select one of the following set of electives (set 1):
Select one of the following set of electives (set 2):
Offering Type and Duration
Full-Time /
Course is offered on Bellville Campus.
For any queries get in touch with:
Contact: Mrs Valdiela Daries
Telephone: 021 959 6538/5595
Fax: –
Email: dariesv@cput.ac.za
Contact: Ms Sonja Fortuin
Telephone: 021 959 6538
Fax: –
Email: fortuins@cput.ac.za
NOTE: The fees in this prospectus are for the 2018 academic year and are provided to assist you in your planning.
Disclaimer
This information is subject to change based on approval and accreditation of HEQSF aligned qualifications.
Admission requirements may therefore differ between the existing qualification and the HESQF aligned qualification. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information on this page; however the University reserves the right at any time, if circumstances require, to make changes to any of the published details.

 

Course Information and Fees

RADIOGRAPHY(D Rad) (NQF Level 10)

PHD: (Doctor)

The practitioner with this qualification will be a researcher who will make a significant scientific contribution, through independent, original research in a chosen field. The research outcome of the qualification is a doctoral thesis that complies with the generally accepted norms for research at this level.
Career Opportunities
Graduates find employment in academic hospitals, community health centres, private and public practice both nationally and internationally, research institutes, as medical representatives or in medical physics.Graduates in diagnostic radiography can also start independent private practices.
Other opportunities include post-graduate study:

  • Other radiography disciplines to Post Doctor of Radiography level
  • In radiography discipline of choice to Post Doctor of Radiography level
  • Specialised short courses
  • Higher education qualification


Admission requirements
Undergraduates
For all Certificate, Diploma and National Diploma applications, consult the General admission requirements.
General admission requirements
Some courses require students to submit additional information as part of their application.
Additional admission requirements
Postgraduates
For all Honours, Masters and Doctorate applications, consult the Postgraduate admission requirements.
Postgraduate admission requirements

Syllabus and fees

Sixth Year

Offering Type and Duration
Full-Time / Minimum of two years
Offering Type and Duration
Part-Time / Minimum of two years
Course is offered on Groote Schuur Hospital Campus.
Course is offered on Tygerberg Hospital Campus.
For any queries get in touch with:
Contact: Mr Aladdin Speelman
Telephone: 021 959 6538/6231
Fax: –
Email: speelmana@cput.ac.za
Contact: Ms Sonja Fortuin
Telephone: 021 959 6538
Fax: –
Email: fortuins@cput.ac.za
NOTE: The fees in this prospectus are for the 2018 academic year and are provided to assist you in your planning.
Disclaimer
This information is subject to change based on approval and accreditation of HEQSF aligned qualifications.
Admission requirements may therefore differ between the existing qualification and the HESQF aligned qualification. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information on this page; however the University reserves the right at any time, if circumstances require, to make changes to any of the published details.