The graduate of the undergraduate course "Imaging Methods and Applications of Ionizing Radiation" can work as a Radiological assistant (e.g. at the hospitals), a Radiological technologist (e.g. at the nuclear power stations) or a Radiological specialist (e.g. for the municipal authorities). The profile of the graduate will be elaborated on the basis of analytical-synthetic modelling. Analytical-synthetic model of the profile enables to find out the role of physics for radiological workers in the framework of the relevant undergraduate course. It will be presented by means of several illustrations of partial topics of physics for radiological workers.
analytical-synthetic modelling; undergraduate course of physics; the graduate; core curriculum; ilustration of partial topics
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