Bellevue College offers numerous academic options designed to meet the needs of students whether looking to enter into the field through an associate degree, obtain advanced technical skills through advanced certificates, or complete a bachelor’s degree to become more competitive in Radiation Therapy.
Students looking to enter the Radiation Therapy profession must first complete an Associate Degree Program in Radiation Therapy. Bellevue College’s Radiation Therapy (RADON) program is an eight-quarter, 24-month program, which upon graduation confers an Associate in Arts degree in Radiation Therapy. It is offered through cooperative effort between Bellevue College and a number of area hospitals and clinics. This is the only Radiation Therapy program in Washington State. Learn more about the Radiation Therapy AA Program…
National Certification Exam
Upon successful completion of the Radiation Therapy AA Degree program, graduates are eligible to apply for the radiation therapy certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT).
Bellevue College offers several Advanced Certificates for current registered Radiation Therapy professionals. These Advanced Certificates prepare R.T.(T)s to sit for the national exams in a post primary modality. Students will meet the structured education requirement as well as have the option to complete a clinical practicum to achieve the required competencies.
Current imaging professionals in Radiation Therapy seeking to further their career have several options to earn an advanced degree right here at Bellevue College! Advanced degree programs including the Medical Dosimetry program which is the only program of this kind offered in Washington State. These advanced degree programs provide applicable skills and knowledge to prepare certified Radiation Therapists for advanced post-primary modalities or management positions into their field. Check out each degree option available here at Bellevue College!
Last Updated April 14, 2022