Whether you major in radiation therapy or radiation science, you'll enjoy a world of professional opportunities once you graduate from Suffolk University.
Radiation Therapy Careers
In order to work as a radiation therapist, graduates must pass the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification exam and apply for state licensure. Once certified, Suffolk radiation therapists are in high demand. Our alumni work at most of our clinical sites and beyond.
Radiation Science Careers
Radiation Science graduates are working as clinical research assistants and laboratory technicians, and pursuing graduate and certificate study in biology, medical dosimetry, health physics/radiation safety, and nursing. They are also in dental and medical school and physician assistant programs.