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College of Applied Health Science Technology (AHST)

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About College

The Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Technology at Misr University for Science and Technology seeks to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and ethical values. This goal is achieved by attracting elite faculty members while utilizing advanced educational programs to prepare the students for their professional careers, whether in Radiology and medical imaging technology, respiratory care technology, medical laboratory technology and Health Administration and Informatics Technology, The ultimate goal is to satisfy the local and regional labor market needs in the health sectors besides providing scientific research that serves society and keeping pace with the present and the future requirements in compliance with quality standards.

Departments

Radiography and Medical Imaging Technology ( RMIT)

College of Applied Health Science Technology
The Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Technology at Misr University for Science and Technology seeks to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and ethical values. This goal is achieved by attracting elite faculty members while utilizing advanced educational programs to prepare the students for their professional careers, whether in Radiology and medical imaging technology, or respiratory care technology, or medical laboratory technology. The ultimate goal is to satisfy the local and regional labor market needs in the health sectors besides providing scientific research that serves society and keeping pace with the present and future requirements in compliance with quality standards.

Study Programs
• Respiratory Care Technology (RCT)
• Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT)
• Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology (RMIT)
• Health Administration and Informatics Technology (HAIT)
Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology (RMIT) overview The radiology and Medical Imaging Technology program aims to prepare the students to acquire knowledge about radiology and medical imaging technology. Besides learning the basics of technical and ethical dealing with various pathological cases, physical laws of radiation, its risks, methods of prevention, and rules of occupational safety for them and the patient.

Program structure:
The program of Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology is composed of 128 credit hours. The academic year begins from the 1st of October of the following year; each academic year consists of two semesters. Each semester is extended over about three months and covers 16 credit hours
on average. The student studies the program for four years as the following:
• First year, includes general courses supporting the basic knowledge of health science
technology.
• The Second year involves studying X-ray imaging technology such as X-ray anatomy,
pathology, and patient positioning technique.
• For the third year, the students will study two modalities over the two-semester period,
Computed Tomography, and Ultrasound imaging technology.

Fourth-year, the student will gain knowledge about Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Technology and its discipline. In the final semester, the student will take a final research
project and advanced elective courses.
To obtain the degree of bachelor’s in Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology, the student
is required to complete 128 credit hours as follows:
• University Requirements: Share 12 Credit Hours at 9.4%
• College requirements: Shares 32 Credit Hours at 25%.
• Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology Core Courses: Shares 81 credit hours at a percentage of 63.3%.
• Elective Courses: shares 3 credit hours at a percentage of 2.3%
Attributes of the Graduate: The program graduate is distinguished by his competence and professionalism to assist in a healthy professional life to support the quantitative and qualitative deficiency in medical services in the healthcare sector.
The aim of the program is to:
1. Provide graduates students who function as competent diagnostic Radiographic Technologists with the application of state-of-the-art scientific techniques in medical imaging.
2. Enable graduates students who exhibit professional behaviors and practice under international standards for radiation protection of patients, staff, and the environment.
3. Enable graduates students who understand the importance of professional development and growth and who are socially- conscious, ethically competent, and have communication and leadership skills.
4. Prepare graduates students who demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills with experience in research and projects planning and conduction.
5. Provide graduate students who will perform as entry-level radiographic technologists to meet the needs of the health care community in using modern technology in supporting diagnostic and radiation therapeutic procedures.

RMIT Description

Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT)

College of Technology of Applied Health Sciences
The Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Technology at Misr University for Science and
Technology seeks to provide students with knowledge, skills, and ethical values. This goal is
achieved by attracting elite faculty members while utilizing advanced educational programs to
prepare the students for their professional careers, whether in Radiology and medical imaging
technology, or respiratory care technology, or medical laboratory technology. The ultimate goal is
to satisfy the local and regional labor market needs in the health sectors besides providing scientific
research that serves society and keeping pace with the present and the future requirements in
compliance with quality standards.
Study Programs
• Respiratory Care Technology (RCT)
• Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT)
• Radiology and Medical Imaging Technology (RMIT)
• Health Administration and Informatics Technology (HAIT)
Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) overview
The Medical Laboratory Technology program aims to prepare the students to acquire knowledge
about high technology studies that support medical laboratories in healthcare. Besides learning
the basics of technical and ethical dealing with various pathological samples, effective
management and leadership, proficient communication and ethical interaction with patients and
healthcare providers, and rules of laboratory safety for them and the patient.
Program structure:
The program of Medical laboratory Technology is composed of 128 credit hours distributed over
four years as the following:
• Scientific degrees are awarded to students who have completed graduation requirements in
three graduation rounds at the end of each semester (May round – September round – January
round).
• The college study system is based on the credit hour system and the duration of study to
obtain a bachelor’s degree in four years (every year two semesters, spring and fall), each
a semester consists of 15 weeks (fifteen weeks).
• One credit hour equals one hour of theoretical contact or two hours of practical lab work,
or three hours of clinical training.
• The academic plan for the program includes clinical training to enhance students’ practical
skills.
• The college holds an eight-week summer semester, in which the student enrolls after the
end of the second semester exams, according to the following:
▪ It is required that the student does not meet the maximum academic load in any of the two main semesters
▪ The student’s desire to re-study courses he previously studied and failed in To obtain the degree of bachelor’s in Medical Laboratory Technology, the student is required to
complete 128 credit hours as follows:
• University Requirements: Share 12 Credit Hours at 9.4%
• College requirements: Shares 32 Credit Hours at 25%.
• Medical laboratory Technology Core Courses: Shares 81 credit hours at a percentage of
63.3%.
• Elective Courses: shares 3 credit hours at a percentage of 2.3%
• The academic year is from 1
st of October to June of the following year
• Each academic year consists of two semesters.
• Duration of the Program:4 years – 8 semesters.
Attributes of the Graduate:
The program graduate is distinguished by his competence and professionalism to assist in a
healthy professional life to support the quantitative and qualitative deficiency in medical services
in the healthcare sector
The aim of the program is to:
1. Provide graduates students who function as competent medical laboratory Technologists with the
application of state-of-the-art scientific techniques in the medical laboratory.
2. Enable graduates students who exhibit professional behaviors and practice under international
standards for laboratory safety of patients, staff, and the environment.
3. Enable graduates students who understand the importance of professional development and growth
and who are social- conscious, ethically competent, and have communication and leadership skills.
4. Prepare graduates students who demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills with
experience in research and projects planning and conduction.
5. Provide graduate students who will perform as entry-level laboratory technologists to meet the needs
of the health care community in using modern technology in supporting medical laboratory procedures.

MLT Description

Respiratory care Technology (RCT)

Respiratory care Technology (RCT) overview
The respiratory care Technology program aims to prepare the students to acquire knowledge about
respiratory care technology. Besides learning the basics of technical and ethical dealing with various
cardiopulmonary disorders. Effective management and leadership, proficient communication, and ethical interaction with patients and healthcare providers.
Program structure:
The program of Respiratory Care Technology is composed of 128 credit hours. The academic year begins from the 1st of October of the following year; each academic year consists of two semesters. Each semester is extended over about three months and covers 16 credit hours on average. The student studies the program for four years as the following:
• First year, includes general courses supporting the basic knowledge of health science technology.
• The Second year involves studying the basic science for respiratory care technology such as
“Respiratory &Cardiovascular Anatomy” & “Respiratory &Cardiovascular Physiology”.

• For the third year, the students will study other modalities service the advanced technology in
respiratory care such as Advanced Mechanical Ventilation & Advanced Pulmonary Function
Testing.
• Fourth year, the student will gain knowledge about Polysomnography Technology, Pulmonary
Rehabilitation, Respiratory Home Care. In the final semester, the students will take a final research
project.
To obtain the degree of bachelor’s in Respiratory Care Technology, the student is required to complete
128 credit hours as follows:
• University Requirements: Share 12 Credit Hours at 9.4%
• College requirements: Shares 32 Credit Hours at 25%.
• Respiratory care Technology Core Courses: Shares 84 credit hours at a percentage of 65.6%.
Attributes of the Graduate: The program graduate is distinguished by his competence and professionalism
to assist in a healthy professional life to support the quantitative and qualitative deficiency in medical
services in the healthcare sector.
The aim of the program is to:
1. Provide graduates students who function as competent diagnostic Respiratory Technologists with
the application of state-of-the-art scientific techniques in respiratory care.
2. Enable graduates’ students who exhibit professional behaviors and practice under international
standards for respiratory care profession.
3. Enable graduates’ students who understand the importance of professional development and
growth and who are socially- conscious, ethically competent and having communication and
leadership skills.
4. Prepare graduates students who demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills with
experience in research and projects’ planning and conduction.
5. Provide graduate students who will perform as entry level respiratory technologists to meet the
needs of the health care community in using modern technology in supporting diagnostic and
respiratory therapeutic procedures.

RCT Description

Health Administration and Informatics Technology ( HAIT)

Health Administration and Informatics Technology (HAIT) overview

The Health Administration and Informatics Technology program aims to introduce the students’ to computer technology, internet tools, and the World Wide Web with a focus on selected computer applications and electronic technology related to healthcare practices. Students also learn about the impact of technology on management, education, clinical practice, and research, as well as information technologies that manage clinical information and support patient care.

Program structure:

The program of Health Administration and Informatics Technology is composed of 128 credit hours. The academic year begins from the 1st of October of the following year; each academic year consists of two semesters. Each semester is extended over about three months and covers 16 credit hours on average. The student studies the program for four years as the following:

· First year, includes general courses supporting the basic knowledge of health science technology.

· The Second year involves studying the basic fundamental courses of healthcare management such as, financial and quality management.

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Technology كلية تكنولوجيا العلوم الصحية التطبيقية

· For the third year, the students will study more advanced courses in health care administration such as healthcare accounting, strategic management and risk management.

· Fourth year, the student will gain knowledge about Epidemiology as well as hospital management. In the final semester, the student will take a final research project and advanced elective courses.

To obtain the degree of bachelor’s in Health Administration and Informatics Technology, the student is required to complete 128 credit hours as follows:

· University Requirements: Share 12 Credit Hours at 9.4%

· College requirements: Shares 32 Credit Hours at 25%.

· Health Administration and Informatics Technology Core Courses: Shares 81 credit hours at a percentage of 63.3%.

· Elective Courses: shares 3 credit hours at a percentage of 2.3%

Attributes of the Graduate: The program graduate is distinguished by his competence and professionalism to assist in a healthy professional life to support the quantitative and qualitative deficiency in medical services in the healthcare sector.

The aim of the program is to:

1. Prepare the graduates to be familiar with health management sciences and modern health management information technologies.

2. Enable the graduates to be familiar with the various health organizations and the laws that govern them.

3. Prepare the graduates to deal with modern technological techniques and electronic management methods, especially in medical statistics, registration, and archiving.

4. Enhance the students’ abilities in effective professional communication with the patients, health team members, colleagues, and the community.

5. Raise health awareness by enhancing the students’ leadership role in the community and their participation in improving health care quality.

6. Prepare the students to gain the required professional ethics, and honesty.

HAIT Description

College Administratives

Dean's word
Mission
Vision
Career opportunities

Dean's word

Dear students, I would like to welcome you to our Faculty of Applied Health Science Technology (AHST) at Misr University for Science & Technology campus where education means more than just classroom and lectures. AHST aims to help students to be active through channels in the community and in their fields, creating opportunities and forming relationships that shape their future.
I believe, during my college years partnerships with stakeholders in the healthcare industry and nonprofit organizations, provide students with cutting-edge knowledge, gain real-world field experience, and community engagement.
I am particularly delighted, that the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Technology (AHST) went for a full transition to the new name by September 2020.

Hanan Gewefel, MD. EBBI

Mission

The faculty of Applied Health Science Technology at Misr University for Science and Technology seeks to provide students with knowledge and ethical values. This goal is achieved by advanced by attracting elite faculty members while utilizing advanced educational programs to the students for their professional

Vision

Excellence and leadership rank among colleges of Applied Health Science Technology locally and regionally.

Career opportunities

  • Medical laboratories, hospitals, and medical research institutes and centers.
  • Medical and electronic equipment installation and maintenance centers.
  • Medical imaging in hospitals, and specialized professional radiology centers.
  • Intensive care units in different hospitals, and specialized medical centers.
  • Nutrition department in, hotels, hospitals, and health care centers.
  • Optical laboratories, as well as specialized centers in optical devices, lenses, and laser treatment.

Scientific Degrees

  • BSc degree in Radiology and Imaging Technology
  • BSc degree in Medical Laboratory Technology
  • BSc degree in Respiratory Care Technology
  • BSc degree in Health Administration and Informatics Technology

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College Goals

The Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Technology is dedicated to a variety of academic programs that meet the needs of society, preparing qualified technical professionals in the fields of Radiology and Imaging Technology,  Medical Laboratory Technology, Respiratory Care Technology, and Health Administration and Informatics Technology ( HAIT).