What are the academic requirements for the School of Radiation Therapy?

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Standardized test scores
    • SAT I: minimum math and critical reading score of 850, or
    • ACT: minimum composite score of 18
  • Satisfactory graduation from a nationally or regionally accredited Radiologic Technology program
  • Completion of postsecondary education at a regionally accredited U.S. postsecondary institution.  A 2.0 or higher college course average will be considered for:  
    • Algebra or a higher level mathematics
    • English or Speech
    • Information Technology
    • Medical Terminology
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology
    • Medical Imaging and Processing
    • Radiation Physics
    • General Physics
    • Research Methodology
  • A minimum of an Associate’s degree is required.
  • Official college transcript of courses completed in all colleges or other postsecondary programs of study
  • Certification in good standing by the ARRT or eligible to write, and subsequently pass, the ARRT certification examination by the end of the first semester if provisionally accepted

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