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Students have the opportunity through free membership to be part of provincial and national associations the Ontario Association of medical Radiation Sciences and the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists.
As a student member, you can become involved in the association through various committees, attend educational events held in your regional section and the annual general conferences where you can meet other students from the varying disciplines of Medical Radiation Technology.
For consideration of admission to the program, applicants that meet the admission requirements and have the highest academic performance within the pool of applicants will be invited for an interview. A panel comprised of members of Laurentian University, The Michener Institute and The Northeast Cancer Centre communities will conduct the interviews. Applicants will be considered for admission according to their overall ranking (academics and interview).
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1 grade 12 English U/M course
1 grade 12 4U Advanced Functions
1 grade 12 Physics
1 grade 12 Biology
1 grade 12 Chemistry
1 other grade 12 U/M course
A minimum overall average of 70% in the 6 best grade 12 U/M courses
For consideration of admission to the program, applicants that meet the admission requirements and have the highest academic performance within the pool of applicants will be invited for an interview. A panel comprised of members of Laurentian University, The Michener Institute, and The Northeast Cancer Centre communities will conduct the interviews. Applicants will be considered for admission according to their overall ranking (academics and interview).
Interviews for the September 2019 intake will be taking place on Saturday, March 2nd, 2019, at Laurentian University's Sudbury Campus. This will be the only day interviews will be conducted. A tour of the Northeast Cancer Center will be available on the same day for interested applicants.
Alternate Interview Information
For those successful candidates selected for an interview, who cannot physically attend an in-person interview, an alternate virtual interview can be arranged. Please contact email@example.com for details.
For additional information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional information for applicants who have completed Advanced Placement courses.
Additional information for applicants who have completed the International Baccalaureate.
Applicants from outside an Ontario High School
For Current Students
The degree options listed below are for the upcoming academic year, not the current academic year. If you are a current student looking for which courses to take in order to complete your degree options from a previous academic year's curriculum, please consult with an academic advisor.
Bachelor of Science (4 Year) in Radiation Therapy
Total 135 credits
Specialization in Radiation Therapy
BIOL 1506E Biology I
BIOL 2105E Human Anatomy and Physiology
CHMI 1006E General Chemistry I*
CHMI 1007E General Chemistry II
MATH 1036E Calculus I**
MATH 1037E Calculus II
MATH 1057E Linear Algebra I
PHYS 1206E Physics for Life Sciences I
PHYS 1207E Physics for Life Sciences II
3 elective credits from list below
* Students lacking grade 12 4U Chemistry must first take CHMI 1041.
** Students lacking grade 12 4U Advanced Functions or who have attained a grade of less than 60% must first take MATH 1912.
INTE 2116E Introduction to Oncology
INTE 2126E Interprofessional Education in Health Care
PHYS 2506E Medical Radiation Physics
PHYS 3306E Radiobiology and Radiation Protection
PHYS 3506E Physics of Medical Imaging
PHYS 3507E Physics of Radiation Therapy
RADS 2006E Patient Care I#
RADS 3416E Sectional Anatomy#
PHIL 3346E Bioethics: Case Studies
STAT 2126E Introduction to Statistics
Spring Session (after Second Year)
RADS 2007E Clinical I#
RADS 3426E Health Care Systems#
INDG 3256 Indigenous Health and Wellness
INTE 3206E Interprofessional Collabration
INTE 3307E Research Methods for the Health Sciences
RADS 3006E Patient Care II#
RADS 3056E Radiation Therapy Technique I#
RADS 3057E Radiation Therapy Technique II#
RADS 3106E Radiation Science 3: Treatment Planning I#
RADS 3107E Radiation Science 3: Treatment Planning II#
RADS 3206E Clinical Oncology I#
RADS 3207E Clinical Oncology II#
3 elective credits from list below
Spring Session (after Third Year)
RADS 3004E Clinical II#
PHYS 4505E Research Project
RADS 4004E Clinical III#
RADS 4014E Clinical IV#
# Students must attain a minimum grade of 60% or “S” (Satisfactory) on all RADS courses.
Note: Students may not exceed 48 credits at the 1000 or 9100 level in their degree program.
ANTR 3047 Medical Ecology & Public Health
ANTR 3086 Medical Anthropology
ANTR 3087-Ethnomedicine: Cross Cultural Healing
COMM 1006- Business Communication
COST 2447- Interpersonal Communication
FORS 3036 Forensic Anatomy of the Human Skeleton
GERO 3216-The Aging Body
GERO 3326- Food and Nutrition in Later Life
GERO 1017- Introduction to Gerontology II: Caring for the Elderly in Canada
SWLF 1007-Introduction to Social work
a) Students must obtain at least 60 % for the following RADS courses:
RADS 2006 RADS 2007 RADS 3004
RADS 3006 RADS 3056 RADS 3057
RADS 3106 RADS 3107 RADS 3206
RADS 3207 RADS 3416 RADS 3426
RADS 4004 RADS 4014
b) Students must obtain at least 60% for all program-mandated Physics, INTE, Biology and
PHYS 1206/1207 (or PHYS 1006/1007)
PHYS 2506 PHYS 3506 PHYS 3507 PHYS 3306
PHYS 4505 INTE 3307 FORS 3036
BIOL 1506 INTE 2126 BIOL 2105
c) A student failing (not obtaining 60% in each course) half (50%) of his/her course load in year 1, 2 or 3 of the Program will be asked to withdraw from the program.