Doctor of Medical Imaging Sciences


The program is designed to attain the following objectives 
• To train radiological professionals with sufficient and relevant scientific and technological skills with high degree of competence and safety in the practice of radiology in health care delivery system

• To train radiological professionals with sufficient interdisciplinary skills to perform their role as members in healthcare teams

• To focus on patient care, patient positioning, radiation safety and protection in addition to radiation physics, pathology and other advanced techniques

Role and Scope

There are plenty of opportunities for graduate students in teaching and general hospitals to perform in patient assessment, patient management, fluoroscopy, and other radiologic procedures.

semesters and courses

  • Duration

    10 Semesters, 5 years

  • Eligibility

    FSc Pre Medical with minimum 55% marks or equivalent

  • credit hours



Semester 1

course(s) credit hours
English-I (Functional English) 3(3-0)
Islamic Studies 2(2-0)
Introduction to Computing 3(2-1)
Basic Physiology 3(3-0)
Biochemistry-I 3(2-1)
Introduction to Anatomy 3(2-1))
Radiation Sciences & Technology 2(2-0)
Credit Hours 19

Semester 2

course(s) credit hours
Cross Sectional Anatomy-I 3(2-1)
Applied Physiology-I 4(3-1)
Embryology 3(3-0)
Medical Radiological Physics 4(3-1)
English-II (Communication & Writing Skills) 2(2-0)
Pakistan Studies 2(2-0)
Credit Hours 18

Semester 3

course(s) credit hours
Cross Sectional Anatomy-II 3(2-1)
Applied Physiology-II 4(3-1)
Communication skills 3(3-0)
Biochemistry-II 3(2-1)
General Pathology 3(2-1)
Basics of Ultrasound 3(2-1)
General Radiography 3(3-0)
Credit Hours 19

Semester 4

course(s) credit hours
General Medicine 3(3-0)
General Surgery -I 3(3-0)
Systemic Pathology 3(3-0)
Obstetrical Ultrasound 3(3-0)
Gynecology and Obstetrics 3(3-0)
Cross Sectional Anatomy -II 3(2-1)
Credit Hours 18


Semester 5

course(s) credit hours
Principles of Echocardiography 2(1-1)
General Medicine -II 3(3-0)
Abdominal and Gynecological Ultrasound -I 3(2-1)
Basics of Doppler Ultrasound 3(2-1)
General Surgery -II 3(3-0)
Musculoskeletal and Small Parts Ultrasound 3(3-0)
Credit Hours 17

Semester 6

course(s) credit hours
Radiotherapy and Oncology 2(2-0)
Abdominal and Gynecological Ultrasound -II 3(3-0)
Vascular Ultrasound 3(2-1)
Clinical Practice in Ultrasound 2(0-2)
Biostatistics 3(3-0)
Technical Writing and Presentations Skills 3(3-0)
Credit Hours 17

Semester 7

course(s) credit hours
Radiography Imaging Procedures 3(1-2)
Mammography Radiological Techniques 3(2-1)
Angiography and Cardiac Imaging 3(1-2)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)-I 3(2-1)
Administration and Management in Radiology 3(3-0))
Radiation Protection/Radio Biology 3(2-1)
Credit Hours 18


Semester 8

course(s) credit hours
Computed Tomography (CT) 3(2-1)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)-II 3(1-2)
Advances in Medical Imaging Technology 3(1-2)
Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine Techniques 3(2-1))
Interventional Radiology -II 3(2-1)
Research Methodology 3(3-0)
Credit Hours 18


Semester 9

course(s) credit hours
Clinical Practice in Computed Tomography (CT) 2(0-2)
Clinical Practice in Medical Imaging in Emergency Medicine 2(0-2)
Clinical Practice in X-Ray 2(0-2)
Clinical Practice in Fluoroscopy 2(0-2)
Clinical Practice in Vascular Ultrasound 2(0-2)
Clinical Practice in Interventional Radiology 2(0-2)
Credit Hours 12


Semester 10

course(s) credit hours
Clinical Practice in Magnetic Resonances Imaging (MRI) 2(0-2)
Clinical Practice in Mammography 2(0-2)
Clinical Practice in Nuclear Medicine 2(0-2)
Final Dissertation 6(6-0)
Credit Hours 12
Total Credit Hours 168