I have been interested in studying one of these courses in pgdip rather than MSc as I’m not looking to do a dissertation once again. I have graduated in BSc in Psychology and currently work in theatres with the plastic / breast team. I work alongside radiotherapist occasionally and mainly breast cancer patients.
I want to go back to uni now as I am ready to become qualified.
My question is can anyone tell me the difference between BSc and MSc radiography and what the module outline looks like for postgraduate. I am looking for apply soon!
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- Thread Starter
- 16-02-2018 12:37
- 29-03-2018 18:13
BSc and MSc courses differ in terms of duration, intensity, number of exams and depth of critical thinking required.
I reckon MSc would be a great choice for you if you are looking to get qualified sooner, to have fewer exams, to have greater learning flexibility and to be perceived “differently”. But be prepared for the amount of critical analysis required throughout the course as you will be learning at level 7. This is something that is not much needed in BSc’s assignments.