Postgraduate study in Ultrasound Imaging
What can you study in Ultrasound Imaging?
You can study this specialisation in the Postgraduate Diploma in Health Sciences in Ultrasound.
The areas of study include:
- Ultrasound technology and its application in imaging
- Ultrasound imaging appearances
- Protocol selection and development
- Reflection on clinical practice
Courses in this subject area are offered in a flexible learning format (online delivery).
The following courses may be suitable for postgraduate students with an interest in ultrasound who are enrolled in other programmes:
- MEDIMAGE 716 Fundamentals of Clinical Ultrasound (15 Points)
- MEDIMAGE 717 Ultrasound Imaging Technology (15 Points)
To determine your eligibility, please contact the Medical Imaging Postgraduate Academic Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
To gain admission to the PGDipHSc(Ultrasound) programme, a student must be a medical imaging technologist, or have an undergraduate degree in an allied health profession or biomedical science related field, and provide evidence that they have obtained a clinical training position in ultrasound. This is an employed position in an ultrasound practice in New Zealand and it is the responsibility of the student to find and secure this position.
If you want further information, please see the Postgraduate Medical Imaging Handbook.
Postgraduate Medical Imaging Handbook. Size: 3.6 MB.
Document Description: Further information about admission criteria requirements for a PGDipHSc specialising in Ultrasound.
Where can postgraduate study in Ultrasound take you?
Students who successfully complete the PGDipHSc(Ultrasound) programme, including a clinical competency assessment at an approved workplace, will be eligible for registration with the New Zealand Medical Radiation Technologists Board (MRTB) in the Ultrasound scope of practice.
For more information
Please see the Postgraduate Medical Imaging Handbook.