Radiological Sciences

The graduate program in Radiological Sciences trains students in: (1) the sciences and technologies that are used to produce radiant energy forms, (2) the scientific knowledge gained by using radiant energy forms to understand and modify biological processes, and (3) the application of radiant energy forms for the diagnosis and treatment of human diseases.  The degrees offered are: Ph.D. degree specializing in Radiological Sciences, and Master of Science degree specializing in Medical Health Physics.

The curriculum provides an opportunity for students to acquire a core of fundamental knowledge through a synergistic program of formal courses, seminars, teaching opportunities, and hands-on research experience. Each student is encouraged to design with the assistance of a research advisor, an individual course of study consistent with his/her career goals.