The first academic year imparts medical and physical basics (radiation physics, anatomy, physiology, pathology, radiation protection, etc.). Occupation-specific contents in the fields of radiodiagnostics, nuclear medical procedure and radiation therapy are then taught based on these. Theoretical training is accompanied by internships that are spread across all semesters and help build practical decision-making competence.
In the internship semester in the final academic year, students can choose a key area depending on their professional interests. Moreover, this internship stretches over several months and offers the opportunity to stay abroad.
In addition to the two bachelor theses, classes, which tackle interdisciplinary and research-oriented contents (rights and economy, communication, statistics, etc.), are held in the final academic year to complete the competence profile.