The curriculum for the radiation therapy program is based on the American Society
of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) curriculum grid. The ASRT curriculum grid is approved
by the program’s accrediting agency, the JRCERT. All program courses must be completed
with a minimum grade of 80% to progress in the program.
Upon completion of program requirements the student receives an Associate of Applied
Science Degree from Galveston College. The student is now eligible, upon graduation,
to apply to the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) to sit for the
national certification examination.
Galveston College academic calendar available on Galveston College website.
HPRS 1206 Essentials of Medical Term. 2
BIOL 2401 Anatomy & Physiology I 4
MATH 1314 College Algebra 3
Program Curriculum for Associate of Applied Science Degree
Introduction to Radiation Therapy 3 credit hours
Radiation Biology and Safety 3 credit hours
Patient Care in Radiation Therapy 3 credit hours
Physics in Radiation Therapy 3 credit hours
Oncology I 4 credit hours
Dosimetry I 4 credit hours
Instrumentation and Methodology 3 credit hours
Special Topics: Trends 1 credit hour
Dosimetry II 3 credit hours
Oncology II 3 credit hours
Clinical Practicum I 2 credit hours
English 1301 3 credit hours
CT Cross-sectional Anatomy 3 credit hours
Clinical Practicum II 4 credit hours
Technical Procedures 2 credit hours
X3XX Humanities/Fine Arts course 3 credit hours
X3XX Social Behavioral Sciences 3 credit hours
Clinical Practicum III 4 credit hours
Special Topics: Seminar 2 credit hours
Note: Students accepted into the program may be required to travel 1 hour and/or
fifty plus miles to attend clinical affiliates for clinical training.
*Program curriculum if all prerequisites and non-program courses are completed.