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Radiation Therapy (A.S.)

Anatomy and physiology, radiation biology and safety, oncology and radiation physics.

The Associate in Science in Radiation Therapy degree program is designed for individuals who wish to become certified in radiation therapy. The progam is based on the recommended core curriculum established by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist and enhances the educational experience and employment potential for students in the hospital or free standing clinic. The program emphasizes the art and science of treatment delivery to individuals to restore, improve, and enhance performance; diminish or eradicate pathology; and promote and maintain health. Upon completion of this two-year degree program, graduates are eligible to sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist board examination in radiation therapy. ---FSCJ

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