Program Description

School of Radiation Therapy – Program Description & Effectiveness Data

Our training

We provide an educational environment that promotes student success. Students have the opportunity to learn, understand and apply concepts related to the art and science of radiation therapy and multidisciplinary cancer care.

Students rotate clinical sites approximately every four to eight weeks in all radiation oncology patient-care areas including nursing, dosimetry and specialized procedures.

Hands-on training is provided in a variety of treatment and imaging techniques using state of the art technology including Linear Accelerators, Tomotherapy, Gamma Knife,™ Simulators, HDR, Treatment Planning and Electronic Medical Record systems. This maximizes the educational experience and improves future employment opportunities. 

Program effectiveness data

ARRT Credentialing Pass Rate
(Not less than 75% on first attempt six months post graduation)
Year of
Percent passing
on first attempt
Number of students passing
on first attempt
2011100%6 of 6
2012100%7 of 7
2013100%4 of 4
2014100%6 of 6
2015100%6 of 6
5-year average100% 


Job Placement Rate
(not less than 75% within 12 months of graduation)
Year of
graduation* (August)
job placement
Number of students
2011100%6 graduates (1 not actively seeking employment, all others employed within 12 months of graduation)
2012100%7 graduates (all employed within 12 months of graduation)
2013100%4 graduates (1 not actively seeking employment within 12 months of graduation)
2014100%6 graduates (1 not actively seeking employment within 12 months of graduation)
2015100%6 graduates (1 not actively seeking employment within 12 months of graduation)
5-year average100% 


Program Completion Rate
Year of
Number of students
2011100%6 enrolled and graduated
2012100%7 enrolled and graduated
201367%6 enrolled, 2 voluntary withdrawals, 4 graduated
2014100%6 enrolled and graduated
201585.7%7 enrolled, 1 voluntary withdrawal, 6 graduates
5-year average90.6% 


Professional organizations
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
American Society of Radiologic Technologists
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology

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