Please note: The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio will now be called "UT Health San Antonio."
The Master of Science in Medical Health Physics degree pertains to (1) the safe use of x rays, gamma rays, electron and other charged particle beams of neutrons or radionuclides and of radiation from sealed radionuclide sources for both diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, except with regard to the application of radiation to patients for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes and (2) the instrumentation required to perform appropriate radiation surveys.
The curriculum provides an opportunity for students to acquire a core of fundamental knowledge through a synergistic program of formal courses, seminars, teaching opportunities and hand-on research experience.
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|Number of applicants each year||21||31||21||14||10||11||4|
|Number of students offered admission each year||6||7||9||4||2||0||2|
|Number of new students matriculating each year||2||4||1||4||0||0||1|
|Total number of students matriculating each year||10||11||12||10||10||3||1|
|Number of students graduating each year||4||2||1||5||5||2||0|
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For a list of alumni, click here.
Geoffrey Clarke, Ph.D.
Director, Graduate Program of Medical Health Physics
Academic Programs Coordinator
Radiological Sciences/Medical Health Physics Operating Manual
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