Program Description
As a Radiation Therapist, you work closely with a team of physicians, physicists, and other allied health personnel, utilizing radiation for the treatment of cancer and cancer-related diseases. In this profession, you often work with patients over a period of several months, and become an integral part of their health care.

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Radiation Therapy Program

2013 JRCERT Annual Report Information

Number of Graduates 2012

12

Program Completion Rate

67%

ARRT National Exam
Pass Rate
(5 year avg 2008-2012)

88.00%
(50 first-time
examinees)

Job Placement Rate
(5 year average - 2008-2012 -- 45/53)

84.00%

Students Accepted 2012

11

 

Program Completion Rates

Graduation
Year

Completed / Started
 

Program
Completion

2008

11 / 13

85%

2009

8 / 9

89%

2010

13 / 20

65%

2011

9 / 12

75%

2012

12 / 18

67%

2013

14 / 16

88%

 

Number of Graduates

Graduation Year

Number of Graduates

2008

11

2009

8

2010

13

2011

9

2012

12

 

Employment Rate

Graduation Year

Employment
(Within 6 months of graduation)

2008

100%

2009

75%*

2010

55%*

2011

100%**

2012

90% ***

 

Programs

    • Bachelor of Radiation Therapy
      • Radiation Therapy
    • Locations
      • Baker College of Jackson

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