Students who are eligible to enrol on this programme will already be in possession of a PgDip in Mammography from Queen Margaret University. Graduates exiting with a PgDip after 2006 must apply within three years of leaving the institution to ensure currency of education.
Outcomes: MSc Mammography
To facilitate the acquisition of advanced professional skills for radiographers wishing to generate new knowledge and recommendations for practice.
The programme will offer a variety of attendance pathways for MSc Mammography study: work-based learning; distance e-learning and block attendance. A range of modules currently available from within the School of Health Sciences that are related to the development and progression of the Mammography profession have been identified to form the programme content.
The MSc Mammography award of 180 M level credits, will require study of compulsory modules of 150 credits, which will include Research Methods and the MSc Project which must be related to an area relevant to Mammography. The remaining 30 M level credits will come from the clinical competency modules.