Radiation Therapy Certificate
Center for Health Sciences at Lowry
Upon successful completion of the Radiation Therapy Program, graduates are eligible to apply for registry by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) in Radiation Therapy. This program will prepare diagnostic technologists, RT(R), to be Radiation Therapists, RT(T). A certificate is obtained over three semesters. A new class begins in the fall semester of each year. Graduates will be dual registered, RT(R)(T).
Visit www.CCD.edu/Rad-Therapy to view information regarding the program application process. For more information, please contact Don McCoy (Program Chair) at 303.365.8356.
Qualified applicants will be notified on or before May 25. Upon program acceptance, background check, and drug screening must be completed prior to the start of classes.
|RTH 221||Principles of Radiation Therapy I||3|
|RTH 225||Oncology Pathophysiology||3|
|RTH 242||Radiation Physics||3|
|RTH 281||Internship I||8|
|RTH 222||Principles Radiation Therapy II||2|
|RTH 243||Oncology Principles and Practice I||2|
|RTH 255||CT for Radiation Therapists||2|
|RTH 261||Treatment Planning||3|
|RTH 282||Internship II||8|
|RTH 244||Oncology Principles and Practice II||2|
|RTH 283||Internship III||8|