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Hey guys I applied for medical imaging but decided to change to medical sciences. They are still processing the change but I got an interview for medical imaging. Which one is better? I am still deciding what to do.
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They're completely different courses.

Medical Imaging is a professional course to prepare you for a career as a radiographer. Medical Sciences is an academic course preparing you for academic research in the biomedical sciences, or potentially as a prelude to studying graduate entry Medicine. It would also be suitable preparation for working in a bio(medical) lab.
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