Department of Radiology, Paramedicine Faculty, started its independent work in the Paramedical School in 1370 with the training of students in the field of radiology technology in graduate and postgraduate degrees in day and night courses. Currently, this group has 4 members of the faculty. Undergraduate undergraduate courses in radiology technology including proprietary techniques, diagnostic radio physics, physics and computer tomography techniques, physics and MRI techniques, ultrasound waves and their application in medicine, recording and displaying medical images, radiobiology, radiation protection , Quality control of radiological devices, maintenance and repair of radiology, general and basic physics, radiation physics, dosimetry, clinical interpretation and evaluation of radiology images and basic physics courses and applied other paramedical sciences, including laboratory sciences, theoretically and practically Members of haya Teaching group is taught. The number of students in the radiology department of this group is now around 270 in the eight different academic grades. Apprenticeship in the field of radiology technology in the form of a syllabus program, in groups of 4 and 5, with the presence of faculty members and the collaboration of experts in the imaging departments of educational and therapeutic centers in 5 educational centers and with various imaging devices such as MRI, CT Spiral, Ultrasound, BMD and angiography. Assessment of students in theoretical courses is conducted as a mid-term exam, final semester and seminar, and practical and apprenticeships in the field are organized as a clinical test and using the log book of the work report and the practical exam. At present, the Department of Radiology at the Paramedical School will admit a student at MRI in MRI and CT imaging, if approved by the Ministry.