Students seeking the Postdoctoral Medical Physics Certificate must complete 18 course credits, which can be completed in 2 to 4 semesters. A Medical Physics Certificate allows a student with a PhD in physics or another related subject to apply for medical physics residency programs and to seek a career as a clinical medical physicist.
|Biol 4580||Principles of Human Anatomy and Development||3|
|BME 507||Radiological Physics and Dosimetry||3|
|BME 589/ESE 589||Biological Imaging Technology||3|
|BME 5072||Radiation Therapy Physics||3|
|BME 5073||Radiation Protection and Safety||2|
|BME 5074||Advance Clinical Medical Physics Lab||2|
- To be admitted to the Medical Physics Certificate program, a candidate must have a PhD in physics, nuclear engineering or a similar field and submit a formal application.
- Candidates must have three undergraduate-level or graduate-level advanced physics courses to be considered for admission.