Master of Science in Medical Health Physics Admission
Application Opens: September 1st
Priority Deadline: December 1st
Final Deadline: January 1st
Graduate Record Exam (GRE) general test and a minimum GPA of 3.0/4.0 are required. Three letters of recommendation are required. During the application process, essays stating (1) the reasons for your interest in Medical Health Physics, (2) description of professional goals and (3) an outline of your undergraduate, industrial or summer research, as well as teaching experience and clinical experience are required.
Students accepted into the CAMPEP-accredited (www.campep.org), M.S. in Medical Health Physics degree program shall have acquired a strong foundation in basic physics. This should be documented by either an undergraduate degree in physics or a degree in a related engineering or physical science with coursework that is equivalent to a minor in physics (includes at least three upper-level undergraduate physics courses). Applicants also must have undergraduate credit for the following courses: 1) Chemistry: One semester of general chemistry; 2) Mathematics: Through calculus and ordinary differential equations; 3) Computer Science or Programming (one semester). The program requires a bachelor’s degree in natural science or engineering. The admission process includes a review of the academic history as well as the experience and goals of the applicant. Telephone and on-campus interviews are conducted for qualified applicants selected by the Admissions Committee. International applicants must meet all international applicant requirements.
To apply to the Medical Health Physics program, complete the online application.
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