Radiation Therapy Technology

The Radiation Therapy Technology curriculum is designed to train students to work in conjunction with nurses, physicists, and physicians in the application of prescribed doses of ionizing radiation for the treatment of disease, primarily cancer.

Course work includes physics, anatomy and physiology, dosimetry, and clinical oncology. The student will be skilled in treatment management, administration of prescribed radiation treatment, and provision of patient support.

Graduates may be eligible to sit for the National Radiation Therapy Exam, given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Employment opportunities can be found in hospitals and freestanding cancer centers.

Hospitals
Freestanding Cancer Centers

Radiobiology
Radiation Therapy Orientation
Clinical Oncology I
Clinical Oncology II
Special Imaging
Radiation Therapy Procedures
Radiation Therapy Physics
Clinical Dosimetry
RTT Clinical Education III
RTT Clinical Education IV
RTT Clinical Education V

Students will perform dosimetry skills.
Students will demonstrate simulation skills.
Students will exhibit clinical treatment concepts through technical skills.
Students will demonstrate conceptual understanding.
Students will effectively communicate with patients.
Students will effectively demonstrate written communication.
Students will demonstrate professional behavior.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the ethics of radiation therapy.
Students will prepare for the ARRT examination.

Diploma in Radiation Therapy