Radiation Therapy Specialist 

Technical Certificate

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Radiation biology, oncology, radiation physics and patient care


About Radiation Therapy Specialist (T.C.)

The Radiation Therapy Technical Certificate prepares students to become radiation therapists who assist in the treatment of cancer patients. Working as part of a health care team and supervised by a radiation oncologist, the radiation therapist positions the patient for treatment, performs the necessary mathematical calculations to determine the radiation dosage and delivers the radiation treatments utilizing highly sophisticated equipment.

In order to be considered for the Radiation Therapy Specialist program, the student must be registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) as a radiologic technologist or nuclear medicine technologist.

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Program Requirements

Outcomes and Career Outlook



This academic program prepares you for the following careers.

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Program Information

Limited access  

Program Code:  6153

Next Start Term

Spring

Deadlines

Classes begin in the Spring Term on even numbered years (2020, 2022, etc). Application deadline is September 15 prior to each admittance year. T

Financial Information

 Financial aid is available, if qualified.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition Payment Plans
Scholarships

Contact Information

Phone: (904) 713-4545

*Tuition reflects Florida resident rates and are subject to change. Certain classes that require labs may have additional fees for lab supplies. Additional fees are published in the class schedule