Degrees and Certificates

Radiation Therapy

All courses are taught on-line. 

Applicants must be a graduate of an accredited Radiologic Technology program, possess an Associate degree or higher, and hold the professional designation of Registered Radiologic Technologist, RT(R).  A registry eligible student may also be considered for admittance, however; acceptance will be conditional on passing the ARRT exam prior to the program's start date.  Students complete course work online and are required to attend clinical rotations at Washburn University affiliated radiation therapy centers.  Required course work is completed in 12 months.

Course Schedule

Fall Semester

AL 301  Clinical Radiation Therapy I - 4 cr. hrs. 
AL 302  Radiation Therapy Topics I - 3 cr. hrs. 
AL 303  Radiation Therapy Physics I - 3 cr. hrs. 
AL 304  Therapeutic Radiobiology - 3 cr. hrs. 
AL 307  Simulation & Treatment Procedures I - 3 cr. hrs.

Spring Semester

AL 305  Radiation Therapy Physics II - 3 cr. hrs. 
AL 310  Radiation Therapy Topics II - 3 cr. hrs 
AL 340  Clinical Radiation Therapy II - 4 cr. hrs. 
AL 370  Simulation & Treatment Procedures II - 4 cr. hrs.

Summer Semester

AL 380  Clinical Radiation Therapy III - 3 cr. hrs. 
AL 381  Radiation Therapy Seminar - 2 cr. hrs.

35 Credit Hours Total

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