Graduate Program

RTU is offering five graduate degree programs:

  1. Master of Science in Medical Physics
  2. Master of Science in Medical Dosimetry
  3. Master of Science in Medical Health Physics

The leaders of RTU have recognized the need for these programs both nationally and internationally. These programs are very clinically oriented and provide the student with the tools to ensure they are clinically and academically sound. These fields have experienced a large increase in technology available at a time when the technical knowledge base has decreased. This has created a void in these professions. These professions offer promising futures for the graduates and, more importantly, have an impact in saving people's lives. We look forward to hearing from you and welcome all questions. Let's make a difference.

Brent D. Murphy, MS, DABR
President, RTU


Medical Physics

Medical Physicists ensure that all radiation equipment is safe for patient use. The clinical Medical Physicist is a must need for all Radiation Therapy Centers and large Imaging Departments.

Tuition: $25,000/yr

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Medical Dosimetry

The Medical Dosimetrist is actively engaged in patient imaging, simulation, and treatment planning. Treatment Planning in Radiation Therapy requires an individual that is creative, diligent, and passionate about making a difference.

Tuition: $17,500/yr

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Medical Health Physics

The Medical Health Physicist is responsible for radiation safety aspects necessary to ensure the safe use of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation sources. Examples include sources in radiation therapy, diagnostic radiology, nuclear medicine, biomedical research, and lasers used in all areas of the hospital.

Tuition: $25,000/yr

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