MS Medical Physics Graduation Statistics

A paper copy of the Program Effectiveness Data is available upon request to info@rtuvt.edu.
Reporting Period from July 1 through June 30.

Master of Science in Medical Physics

Placement Rate

YearRateDescription
2017100%11 of 11 graduates employed
2018100%3 of 3 graduates employed

Retention Rate

YearRateDescription
201796%25 of 26 students available for graduation
1 withdrawn student voluntarily or involuntarily
201894%15 of 16 students available for graduation
1 withdrawn student voluntarily of involuntarily

Graduation Rate (Percent of graduates who complete their program within 150% of the stated program length)

YearRateDescription
201791%10 of 11 graduates
2018100%3 of 3 graduates

Admission Rate

YearRateDescription
2017100%6 of 6 applicants were offered admission
201867%8 of 12 applicants were offered admission

Matriculation Rate

YearRateDescription
201750%3 of 6 students offered admission chose to enroll
201888%7 of 8 students offered admission chose to enroll

Positions Graduates have Achieved

  • Medical Physicist
  • Junior Physicist/Associate Physicist
  • Product Training Physicist
  • Medical Physics Resident
  • Imaging Physics Resident
  • Diagnostic Physicist
  • Radiology Manager
  • Dosimetrist/Senior Medical Dosimetrist
  • Medical Physics Faculty
  • Radiation Health Officer
  • Education Program Director
  • Clinical Product Marketing Manager

Gainful Employment Disclosures

Graduate Spotlight

Radiological Technologies University would like to recognize Errik Lemler, MS. Errik is one of RTU’s first graduates of the MS Medical Physics program. After completing his Medical Physics Residency with RTU, Errik accepted a position as the Lead Cyberknife Physicist for Oklahoma Cyberknife, a service of Hillcrest Medical Center in Tulsa, OK.