School of Radiation Therapy
The 12-month course of study in Radiation Therapy awards a certificate from Grady Health System upon graduation. Students who satisfactorily complete the program are eligible to become a certified Radiation Therapist through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. The School of Radiation Therapy has several affiliate clinical sites where student training is enhanced through exposure to many diverse people, various types of equipment and cutting-edge radiation therapy procedures. This specialized program prepares the graduate for a rewarding career as a radiation therapist.
This advanced-level program is a full-time, daytime program lasting 12 months. Classes are limited in size. Admission to this program is competitive. The number of students accepted is dependent on the number of clinical sites and job outlook. Currently, a maximum of 13 students are accepted annually. The graduation rate for the past 5 years is 95 percent.
The School of Radiation Therapy is an advanced program and is:
- Daytime program (Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
- 12 months in length
- Maximum of 13 students are accepted annually
- The graduation rate for the past 5 years is 95 percent.
Tuition and Fees
|Radiation Therapy Tuition:||$3667/ semester (3semesters)|
|Advantage Student Drug Screen & Criminal Background Check:||$78.50|
|HPSO Professional Liability Insurance||$30.50 – $110.00|
|Graduation Fee||$180.00 (prorated amount of $60 paid each semester)|
|Trajecys-Electronic Clinical Records||$100.00 One Time Fee|
|CPR (BLS for Healthcare Providers – Part 1) Online Training Module||$28.5o|
|Uniform Scrub Top and Pants
(5 sets recommended)
|Uniform Shoes||approx. $60.00/pair|
|Books||$700 – 900 (if purchased new)|
|Grady Parking||Orange Lot on Capital Ave (no cost)
Clinical sites may require a parking fee, which is the responsibility of the student.
Prices subject to change