The program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).
The following information was included in the Baker College Radiation Therapy program’s 2017Annual Report to JRCERT.
5 Year Credentialing Exam Pass Rate (2012-2016) = 83%
The number of students passing the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Radiation Therapy certification examination on their first attempt within six months of graduation from the program for this five year timeframe was 83%. There were 54 first-time test takers taking the exam within 6 months of graduation. Of these 45 passed the exam on the first attempt. (45/54) (Note the results for the Class of 2017 = 100% pass rate—this number is not reflected in the above data)
Job Placement Rate (2012-2016) = 87%
This number reflects a five year average of employment within 12 months of graduation for program graduates who were actively* seeking employment.47 candidates were actively seeking employment in the field—of these 41 found employment (41/47)
JRCERT defines “not actively seeking employment” as:
Number of Students Accepted into Professional Track Fall 2016: 10
Program Completion Rate:
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