Suffolk University’s Biology department has three undergraduate degrees on offered: Biology, Radiation Science, and Radiation Therapy.
Suffolk’s radiation science program gets students ready for profitable careers in the medical field and research, as well as graduate programs in the field of cancer treatment and health sciences. Suffolk has expert faculty who will work with students to tailor a program that helps them reach their goals. Students will delve into a multi-faceted field that incorporates physics, chemistry, radiation, biology and mathematics. Undergraduate degree students have the chance to graduate with a major in Radiation Science or Radiation Therapy.
Students will begin their freshman year majoring in Radiation Science and if they are interested, in your sophomore year, students will get the chance to apply for the Radiation Therapy major. Students that do not get accepted for the Radiation Therapy major carry on majoring in Radiation Science and can re-apply the following year.
The Biology department at Suffolk University offers three undergraduate degrees: Biology, Radiation Science, and Radiation Therapy.
Radiation therapy is the cautious administration of extremely focused types of radiation to treat cancer and other rare diseases. If students are picked for the radiation therapy major they will blend their classroom work with hands-on medical training at one of Suffolk’s partnering hospitals.
The Radiation Therapy major is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). JRCERT is the governing body for education programs in radiation.