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Admission and Tuition

Radiation Therapy professional course cohorts begin each Fall (September). Your admissions counselor will notify you of which Fall start date may be available when you apply.

Arts and sciences courses in the program start each Spring (January), Summer (May), and Fall (September). You may apply at any time for consideration for the next upcoming start date. 

Below we'll cover the application process and the criteria we look for when reviewing applications. You'll also be able to quickly reference the tuition and fees for this program, and find information about applying for financial aid. 

Application 

All applicants are responsible for submitting or completing the following:

  • Completed application for admission, with non-refundable application fee
  • Documentation of high school graduation, GED completion, or other state approved equivalency credential
  • Official college transcript(s) from all institutions attended (if applicable)
  • Complete the Clinical Site Acknowledgment form
  • Attend an information session
  • Write a 1-page essay. Your essay must: 
    • Describe the research you have completed regarding the differences within the radiologic science fields listed below. In your essay, write a brief description of each of the following: 
      • Radiation Therapist
      • Radiologic Technologist
      • Magnetic Resonance Technologist
      • Nuclear Medical Technologist
      • Ultrasound Technician
    • Include links to two YouTube videos that you have found and viewed that explain how a patient is treated using radiation therapy, and the daily duties of a radiation therapist. Add these links to the bottom of your essay.

The purpose of the essay is to make sure you understand the differences between the fields listed above, and to explain in your own words why radiation therapy is the field of study you wish to pursue, and how you feel that you would be a good fit in this profession.

Applicants whose native language is not English and who have not graduated from an American high school or college may be asked to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).

Admission Criteria

The Admissions team evaluates all applicants on the following minimum criteria and prerequisites outlined below. 

  • Evidence of graduation from an accredited high school, completion of a GED with a minimum standard score of 450 for each test, or completion of the HiSET with a minimum standard score of 45
  • A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher
  • A strong foundation in reading, writing, mathematics, and science


Prerequisites:

High School Applicants:
Applicants currently enrolled in high school, or who have graduated high school within the past five years and have no college experience must have the following: 

  • Mathematics: two years with final grades of C or higher
  • Science: one year of laboratory science (Biology or Chemistry) with final grade of C or higher
  • SAT scores may be submitted (optional)

Transfer Applicants: 
Applicants with any college background must have the following:

  • One 3-credit college-level mathematics class (such as College Algebra or Statistics) with a final grade of C or higher
  • One 4-credit college life science class with a laboratory component with a final grade of C or higher
  • Applicants with a cumulative GPA between a 2.0 and 2.49 may be required to take the TEAS exam as an entry test. Applicants meeting this criteria will be notified by the Department of Admissions.

Notes: The professional course cohort begins each Fall semester. The professional component of this program is full-time and spans two full years, including summers.

Questions? Contact your admissions counselor or give us a call at (617) 322-3575. 

2021-2022 Tuition and Fees 

Tuition is based on the number of credits you take each semester.

The cost is $1,025 per credit for professional courses and $675 per credit for arts and sciences courses in the nursing program, plus the cost of books and supplies.  Financial aid can help you pay for your program. 

Additional fees include: 

  • Admissions Application Fee: $25
  • Matriculation Fee:$200 (paid by the Admission Deposit)
  • Registration fee: $50 per semester
  • Course Fee for each Radiation Therapy professional course: $350 
  • Graduation Fee: $250
    • This fee will be charged in the last semester at the college to cover the cost of graduation processing.

All fees are non-refundable

Massachusetts requires that all students enrolled in nine or more credits each semester have health insurance. Read more about this requirement.

Learn more about this program

You'll be able to download our program info sheet and receive an email from our Admissions team with information about the admissions process, tuition, courses, and more.