Note: this program is not enrolling students for Fall 2019.
Please see Suffolk's Master of Science in Medical Dosimetry degree program.
Suffolk University and its prestigious clinical affiliates offer a post-bachelor's certificate in medical dosimetry. If you hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and want to be an integral member of a radiation oncology team, you could be just the right fit for this program. Medical dosimetrists create computerized treatment plans and perform dose calculations for patients undergoing radiation therapy. These treatment plans are designed to deliver a curative dose as prescribed by the radiation oncologist, while limiting exposure to nearby healthy organs.
Suffolk's 21-month program combines classroom work and hands-on experience through clinical rotation at our affiliates, which include Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Brigham and Women’s Hospital, MGH Newton Wellesley, and Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center at Milford Regional Medical Center (Milford, Massachusetts). You'll complete all of your clinical rotations under the supervision of board-certified medical dosimetrists and medical physicists, and learn advanced treatment techniques like proton therapy and RapidArc.
Our program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).
Program Effectiveness Data
Medical Dosimetry Certificate
|Program Effectiveness Measure
|Current 5-Year Average Credentialing Examination Pass Rate (1st Attempt Within 1 year of Matriculation, Class of 2013-2017) (%)
||94.4% (of 18 students)
17 students passed the exam out of 18 students who took the exam within 1 year of matriculation
|Current 5-Year Average Job Placement Rate (Within 1 Year of Matriculation, Class of 2013-2017)(%)
||100% (0f 21 students)
|Current Program Completion Rate (2017) (%)
||100.0% (of 4 students)
Data provided through Class of 2017. Data updated one year after graduation for prior graduating class, once data is available.
This data can also be found on the JRCERT website.
The Suffolk University Medical Dosimetry Program is accredited by:
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
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Courses & Requirements
Learn more about the classes, requirements, and different options available to complete the program.