Medical Dosimetry

New students are admitted to the Medical Dosimetry program every other year.  The next class will begin in Fall 2016. The Medical Dosimetry Program only accepts Certified Radiation Therapists: R.T.(T) (ARRT).  There are no exceptions.

Admission to the program is competitive. Meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee admission, as the number of qualified applicants may exceed the number of available enrollment spaces.

If you are a prospective Dosimetry student and have your own clinical site the deadline to apply would be February 1, 2016.

If you are a prospective Dosimetry student and do not have a clinical site and will attend one of our affiliated sites located in the Seattle/Puget Sound Region the deadline to apply is April 1, 2016.

If you are not certain of your status, please contact us at

Application Procedure for Medical Dosimetry Concentration

  1. Complete the online application for the Bachelor of Applied Science in Radiation & Imaging Sciences – Medical Dosimetry and pay the $125.00 non-refundable application fee. Online application will not be considered complete until fee has been paid.
  2. Submit the following supporting documents by mail:
  • Proof of ARRT certification in radiation therapy: ARRT R.T. (T).
  • Official Transcripts from a regionally accredited college demonstrating completion of the following courses, or their equivalent, with a grade point average of 2.5 or better:
    • English composition I
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology I
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology II
    • Humanities course
    • Social sciences course
    • Precalculus (5 credits)
    • Sectional Anatomy (2 credits)
  • Two letters of recommendation, on company letterhead, from someone who personally knows your work, such as your current or past supervisor, discussing your contributions to your work place and how he or she believes you will benefit from completion of the BAS program. If you are applying for this program immediately after completing an associate degree program, the letters of recommendation may be from your instructors on college letterhead.
  • A personal statement of not more than 500 words discussing your work experience; your personal and professional goals; advanced certifications you already possess; any specific or unique attributes that you will bring to the program; any challenges or hardships you have overcome in pursuing your educational or work goals; or any other special considerations that you believe will make you a good candidate for the program.


Bellevue College

Radiation and Imaging Sciences, T208 (BAS PROGRAM – MEDICAL DOSM)

3000 Landerholm Circle SE

Bellevue, WA 98007