Medical Physics, M.S.
Program Requirements: 50 s.h.
|MPHY 210 - Fundamental principles of radiation oncology||2 Semester Hours|
|MPHY 212 - Foundations of clinical medical physics||2 Semester Hours|
|MPHY 214 - Fundamentals of radiation physics dosimetry||3 Semester Hours|
|MPHY 216 - Radiation biology for medical physics||3 Semester Hours|
|MPHY 218 - Instrumentation in medical physics||2 Semester Hours|
|MPHY 220 - Health physics and radiation Protection||3 Semester Hours|
|PHYS/MPHY Elective||3 Semester Hours|
|MPHY 230 -Medical imaging I||3 Semester Hours|
|MPHY 240 - Radiation oncology I||3 Semester Hours|
|MPHY 231 - Med. imaging II or MPHY 241 – Rad. oncology II||3 Semester Hours|
|MPHY 250 - Seminar in Med. Physics(1 sh each for a total of)||3 Semester Hours|
|MPHY 252 - Fundamentals of nuclear medicine||2 Semester Hours|
|BIO 201 - Biostatistics||3 Semester Hours|
|BIO 2103 - Human anatomy*||3 Semester Hours|
|MATH 2143 - Engineering math*||3 Semester Hours|
9 Semester Hours of practica and research, selected from the following, including at least 3 Semester Hours in each category, selected from the following:
|MPHY 235||Practicum in Medical Imaging|
|MPHY 245||Practicum in Radiation Oncology|
|MPHY 290||Research in Medical Physics|
A written comprehensive examination similar to ABR parts I and II An average of B or higher.
* The specific course requirement may be met by an appropriate approved undergraduate course, and replaced by an approved elective, subject to review and approval by the Academic Director of the Medical Physics Program.