Certificate of Achievement in Medical Dosimetry is for ARRT certified Radiation Therapists RT(T) with a BS degree.
The Medical Dosimetry program is a full-time program beginning fall quarter of evenly numbered academic years. Next class will start fall quarter of 2020.
To accommodate the working professional and out of region students, courses are taught in the evenings and are enhanced through recordings and transmitted through web conferencing to accommodate students beyond commuting distance. Clinical courses begin winter quarter of the first year and students must be available twenty-four hours per week to participate in clinical internship.
The curriculum incorporates discipline-based, general education and elective courses built on progressive rigor and sophistication. The program receives ongoing review and guidance from its accrediting body (JRCERT) to maintain currency. Required core courses provide the technical knowledge and foundational skills to your success as medical dosimetrist. Learn more…
Admitted students within Washington State are provided clinical internship sites. Non-resident applicants who expect to participate in their clinical internship in another state must provide proof of a clinical preceptor and internship site. Students must be available 24-hours per week to participate in clinical internship.
To be eligible to apply for the Medical Dosimetry – Certificate of Achievement program, applicants need to meet the following requirements:
- National Certification in Radiation Therapy
- MATH&141 Precalculus I, 5 credits
- RADON 127 Sectional Anatomy, 2 credits
Last Updated October 19, 2018