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GVSU Medical Dosimetry students doing lab work. Photo taken pre-COVID.

Medical Dosimetry, M.S.

A medical dosimetrist is a key member of the radiation oncology team who works closely with physicians, physicists, and other members of the radiation oncology team to implement each treatment plan. The medical dosimetrist uses computer software to design and accurately calculate a radiation treatment plan based on the radiation oncologist's prescription, being cognizant of normal tissues and critical structures in the treatment vicinity.


100%
Graduation Rate
14%
Job Growth by 2025
One of Five Programs in the U.S. and the Only One in Michigan

Source: EMSI, 2020

Program Overview

The Master of Science in Medical Dosimetry program is a JRCERT accredited 12-month hybrid/online program that is comprised of didactic and clinical education. Students remain at one clinical location for the entire year (which are located across the US) and are required to come onsite to GVSU a total of 3 times during the year.

Why Study Medical Dosimetry at Grand Valley?


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