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Admissions Requirements: Applicants to the program must be an ARRT registered Radiologic Technologist or registry eligible. Contact the Admissions Office for information about the annual application deadline.
- All students accepted to the Radiation Therapy program must submit to a criminal background check at the student’s expense. Details are available from the Admissions office. Please click here to begin the process.
- For more information on applying for the Radiation Therapy program, click here.
- See the Program Director or Registrar for a transcript evaluation.
Academic Requirements: Students must complete all technical courses with a minimum grade of C (2.0) in order to become registry-eligible. Students who do not achieve a C (2.0) grade will be prevented from enrolling in the subsequent semester due to prerequisite requirements.
Drug/Alcohol Screening and Immunization Requirements: Some additional requirements (including, but not limited to, drug screening and immunizations) may have to be met before entrance to certain clinical sites.
Graduation Requirements: The student must complete all technical courses with a minimum grade of “C” in order to graduate and be Registry eligible. Students who do not complete a course with a “C” minimum will be prevented from enrolling in the subsequent semester due to pre-requisite requirements. Students must meet all of MTI’s general education requirements in order to receive an AAS degree.
Computer Requirements: This program allows you to bring your own laptop as long as it meets these minimum specifications:
Processor – Intel Core i Series (i3, i5, i7) or AMD Ryzen
Operating System – Windows 10
Memory - 4 GB or more
Internal Storage – 64 GB or more
Microsoft Office is available at no charge as long as enrolled at MTI
NO APPLE/MAC COMPUTERS
Licensure Considerations: Upon completion of the program, graduates will be eligible to apply for ARRT certification and registration in Radiation Therapy (T). This ARRT certification is recognized in 49 states (California has its own state-administered ARRT exams) and will allow graduates to pursue state licensure if required in their state. Licensure is not required in South Dakota, Alabama, District of Columbia, Idaho, Missouri, Nevada, and North Carolina. MTI encourages prospective students to visit the ARRT website (https://www.arrt.org/about-the-profession/state-licensing) for further information regarding state licensures.