Department of Radiological Science is to nurture creative researchers and best radiological scientists who lead the cutting-edge radiological medical technology according to the university’s vision for the department, specialization, information-oriented and globalization. The disivion was established in 2002 to nurture quality human resources who have expert knowledge to adapt to the changes in the medical environment, information literacy required in the digital era and global mind. The first four-year program in Korea has the pride as the pioneer in this field and all the students are dedicated to the education and research with the frontier spirit. Much broader and more various social participation will be promoted through establishment of new infrastructure for the education of medical radiological science and creation of new paradigm.
The Department of Radiological Science provides radiological science education and research including academic theory and experiments and clinical demonstrations for the effective use and management of radiation and the development of cutting-edge medical image equipment such as radiation diagnosis and treatment through state-of-the-art equipment, nuclear medicine test, ultrasonography, magnetic resonance images(MRI), picture achieving and communication system (PACS). For the first two years, students take general electives and pre-majors and for the next two years, majors and experimentations to learn how to apply latest radiation technologies to the actual work.
Medical Terminology, Anatomy, Introduction to Radiology and Practice, Advanced Mathematics for Radiation Science, Radiation Biology, Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Practice, Imaging Informatics and Practice, Digital Image Processing and Practice, Human Physiology, Radiation Physics, Digital Circuit and Practice, Radiation Dosimetrics and Practice, CT Images and Practice, MR Images and Practice, General Radiographic Technology, RI Application Technique, Radiation Protection and Safety, Radiation Therapy and Practice, Nuclear Medicine Imaging and Practice, Radiation Imaging and Practice, Special Radiographic Technology , Medical Ultrasound and Practice, Image Anatomy, Creative Radiological Science, Radiological Equipment and Practice, Medical Image Detection, General Diagnostic Radiology Clinical Trial, Advanced Diagnostic Radiology Clinical Trial, Nuclear Medicine Imaging Clinical Trial, Radio-therapeutic Technology Clinical Trial, Seminar, Public Health, Medical law, etc..
Upon Completion of Graduate School: Become a professor in a university or a researcher in a government related agency
Medical facility: Work in medical institutions including university hospitals or general hospitals
Industry: Work in industries related to diagnostic radiology, therapeutic radiology, nuclear medicine, or radiation dosimetrics
Work in research centers and businesses related to radioactive isotopes and non-destructive examinations
Work in atomic energy related agencies and businesses
Enter medical school
- Cho, Hyosung Professor
- Radiation Imaging and Detection
- Kim, Heejoung Professor
- Medical Imaging Physics
- Chung, Yonghyun Associate Professor
- Nuclear Medicine Instruments
- Han, Bongsoo Associate Professor
- Ph.D.(Yonsei Univ.,1999)
- Yoon, Myonggeun Associate Professor
- Ph.D.(Pennsylvania State Univ.,2001)