Grand Valley State University’s College of Health Professions is soliciting interest for the Master of Science in Medical Dosimetry, anticipated to open in the Spring/Summer of 2014, contingent upon approval of the final plan. The initial program plan was approved by university governance in 2011. Please be aware that the program has not yet received final approval, and will not until faculty governance has reviewed and supported the plan.
Admissions into the program will be on a first-qualified, first served basis as the initial class will be limited in size.
If you are interested in learning more about GVSU’s Masters of Science in Medical Dosimetry Program, please complete the attached Interest Form as soon as possible.
- Experience. Includes clinical experience performing treatment planning activities in radiation oncology centers.
- In-demand. Advances in treatment planning combined with increases in radiation oncology centers, has increased the demand for certified medical dosimetrists.
- Flexible. Available as a 3 term lock step cohort program for full time students or 5 to 6 terms for part time students. Approximately 75% of classes are offered in a hybrid format to encourage working professionals to engage with this program.
- Convenient. Clinical education courses are held at clinical radiation oncology centers and hybrid courses are held two to four weekends per semester at the Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences in downtown Grand Rapids.
The GVSU Medical Dosimetry program is in the process of applying for accreditation by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). The program will adhere to JRCERT standards. Upon recognition by the JRCERT, students will have the right to notify the JRCERT if they believe the university is not adhering to these standards. The JRCERT is at 20 N. Wacker Dr., Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606-3182, phone 312-704-5300 (www.jrcert.org).
Masters of Science in Medical Dosimetry admission requirements for admission are available online.
The $30 application fee is waived for undergraduate alumni of Grand Valley.
The Masters of Science in Medical Dosimetry program is 36 credits.
Click here to see the tentative course list.
Page last modified December 3, 2013