Track B Curriculum



Pre-Professional (Summer) May-Aug Pre-Program Preparatory Courses  
DOS 500 Patient Care in Medical Dosimetry 2 cr
DOS 501 Orientation to Radiation Oncology 2 cr
DOS 502 Diversity & Culture in Healthcare 2 cr
DOS 503 Introduction to Clinical Practicum 1 cr
7 credits total
All accepted Track B students will be required to complete a two week clinical observation at their assigned site in August, which correlates with the 'Introduction to Clinical Practicum Course'.
   
Program Professional Curriculum  
Semester I (Fall) Sept-Dec Year 1  
DOS 511 Advanced Imaging for Medical Dosimetrists 1 cr
DOS 512 Simulation for Medical Dosimetrists 1 cr
DOS 513 Anatomy for Medical Dosimetrists 1 cr
DOS 514 Physics Fundamentals for Medical Dosimetrists 3 cr
DOS 515 Computers & Networking in Radiation Oncology 1 cr
DOS 516 Radiation Safety in Radiation Oncology 1 cr
DOS 710 Introduction to Professional e-Portfolio 1 cr
DOS 711 Medical Dosimetry Research Methodology I 1 cr
   
Semester II (Spring) Jan-April    
DOS 521 Professional Issues for Medical Dosimetrists 1 cr
DOS 522 Radiation Dose Calculations 2 cr
DOS 523 Teletherapy Treatment Planning 1 cr
DOS 524 Conformal Treatment Planning 2 cr
DOS 525 Brachytherapy for Medical Dosimetrists 2 cr
DOS 721 Education in Medical Dosimetry 1 cr
DOS 771 Clinical Practicum I 5 cr
     
Semester III (Summer) May-Aug    
DOS 531 Clinical Oncology for Medical Dosimetrists 3 cr
DOS 731 Medical Dosimetry Research Methodology II 2 cr
DOS 792 Clinical Practicum II 5 cr
     
Semester IV (Fall) Sept-Dec Year 2  
DOS 541 Radiobiology for Medical Dosimetrists 1 cr
DOS 542 Dosimetric Quality Assurance 1 cr
DOS 741 Protocols & Studies in Radiation Oncology 1 cr
DOS 543 Seminar in Medical Dosimetry 2 cr
DOS 773 Clinical Practicum III 5 cr
     
Semester V (Spring) Jan-April    
DOS 750 Professional e-Portfolio 2 cr
DOS 752 Operational Issues in Radiation Oncology 1 cr
DOS 751 Medical Dosimetry Research Methodology III 2 cr
  49 credits total

Clinical Internship Training:
The 12 month clinical Internship training will be in January and end that year in December.

Didactic online courses: 5 semesters (6 semesters including pre-professional summer courses).

Note:
Highlighted courses are advanced courses in master's degree program

The e-portfolio course sequence requires students to complete a guided Portfolio project providing definement, validations, skills/knowledge validations, verifications of experience and career/job accomplishments and correlations to scholarly course content completions.

The research methodology course sequence prepares students to develop research and writing skills for publications or presentations. The capstone project of this course sequence culminates with a research project to be submitted to the AAMD Writing Competition with intentions of being published in the Medical Dosimetry Journal.


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