The Radiology programs (RADL) at the College of Applied Medical Sciences (COAMS) focus on various aspects of patient care, such as medical ethics, radiobiology, medical terminology, physiology, and pathology. Additionally, the program provides extensive clinical training to enable students to effectively operate complex equipment and interpret X-rays. The curriculum also includes education on other diagnostic imaging technologies, including computerized tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. Radiologic technologists play a vital role in the medical team, working closely with radiologists and other physicians. The Bachelor of Science in Radiological Sciences program consists of four years of study, followed by a one-year internship. During this internship, students receive 12 months of practical training in a clinical setting. Program students are actively engaged in research, projects, and leadership activities aimed at enhancing the quality of practice and advancing evidence-based clinical approaches.