Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Physics
The program follows a three-quarter-long sequence that fulfills the requirements outlined by the American Association of Physicists in Medicine.
Over the course of an academic year (three quarters from October through June), students will complete eight courses (100 units each) and two courses (fifty units each) to enable them to meet the requirements of TG-197S. Two of the courses offered in the first quarter of the program are prerequisites for four of the remaining courses. Courses that have no prerequisites (Anatomical Structure and Physiological Function of the Human Body, Cancer and Radiation Biology) can be taken at any time during the academic year and may be offered in different quarters from year to year. Students will not be required to take more than 300 units of credit per quarter.