Radiotherapy is a two-year vocational program that offers an opportunity to work with high- technology equipments while also working closely in a professional team providing treatment for patients with cancer.
The aim of the radiotherapy program is to train qualified radiotherapy technicians who have knowledge and ability to control radiotherapy equipment and machinery and aid radiation oncologists during radiation therapy.
Summary of Program Outcomes
Have the theoretical and practical knowledge about Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Anatomy, Physiology and Radiotherapy. Implement the responsibilities of job, duty, authorization, and the principles of professional ethics. Sufficient to perform all the necessary tasks correctly and completely In the field of Radiotherapy.
The students who successfully complete the program are awarded the degree of “Associate of Science” in radiotherapy.
The student who want to enroll in this department, have to complete processes which determined by university’s academic and judicial statute and have to achieve exams. The student who started his/her education in domestic or abroad, can make application for lateral transfer. Acceptance of students are examine considering each student’s conditions and application’s degree before season starting and evaluate peculiarly. Further introduction is present about entrance to university in Institute introduction’s catalogue.
Occupational Profile of Graduates
Graduates work as a technician in the department of radiotherapy,radiology, unit of treatment and diagnostic at the private and public hospitals.
The students studying in this program are required to have a Cumulative Grade Points Average (Cum.GPA) of not less than 2.00/4.00 and have completed all the courses with at least a letter grade of C3/2.00 in the program in order to graduate. The minimum number of ECTS credits required for graduation is 120. It is also mandatory for the students to complete their compulsory internship in a specified duration and quality.