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Inherent requirements for the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science

These inherent requirements apply to the Bachelor of Science (Medical Radiation Science).

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Why are inherent requirements essential for studying this course?

The Medical Radiation Science course at Curtin University is professionally accredited and graduating students will need to meet the requirements of the professional body to register to work in this profession. Students should be familiar with the requirements set out by the following accrediting bodies and Standards which may impact their progression throughout their studies and in entering the profession:

Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency – Student Registration

The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency works in partnership with the National Boards to ensure that Australia’s registered health practitioners are suitably trained, qualified and safe to practise.

Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia

The Medical Radiation Practitioner Board of Australia is the national regulator for over 18,200 medical radiation practitioners in Australia.

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