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The Moncton Hospital School of Radiologic Technology

Bachelor of Health Sciences in Radiography 


Radiological technology (Radiography) is an allied health profession that requires specialized instruction in the safe use of X-rays to produce images of the body.

The radiological technologist assesses the patient's condition, positions the patient to best visualize body structures, operates X-ray/computer equipment and evaluates the diagnostic quality of the image.

The Moncton Hospital School of Radiologic Technology partners  with University of New Brunswick Saint John (UNBSJ) as part of the  Bachelor of Health Sciences in Radiography.

As the degree granting body, UNBSJ offers courses designed to provide the student with skills in communication, critical thinking and health research. The Moncton Hospital School of Radiologic Technology provides classroom and clinical education based on the Competency Profile for Radiological Technology established by the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT).

Students complete year 1 in science or health sciences courses at UNBSJ. During year 1 applications are made to the Radiography discipline. Accepted students spend year 2 at UNBSJ completing health sciences courses. Years 3 and 4, the student attends The Moncton Hospital School of Radiologic Technology for specific courses in the field of radiological technology.

Graduates are eligible to write the CAMRT national certification examination to become registered radiological technologists and work across Canada.

This program is accredited by Accreditation Canada.