Feb 23, 2024
Acceptance to the University of Michigan-Flint. The application for general admission may be completed online at http://www.umflint.edu.
Completion of a minimum of sixteen hours of observation at Michigan Medicine Radiation Therapy Department. All clinic observation hours will be arranged through the Program Director.
Completion of the supplemental Radiation Therapy program application, available at http://go.umflint.edu/radiationtherapysupplementalapplication. Three references are required: one academic, one professional and one character reference.
The following courses may be taken at UM-Flint, or equivalent courses may be transferred from another accredited institution.
A minimum grade of C (2.0) is required in each course.
A minimum of 124 credits, as follows:
A. Course Requirements
Once admitted into the program the student must earn a minimum grade of a B- (2.7) in all RTT courses.
B. Clinical Requirements
After being admitted to the professional program and prior to beginning the clinical component of the program, the student is required to have a complete physical exam. Immunizations must be up-to-date and documented on the physical form by a physician.
Students must document current CPR certification and maintain AHA CPR certification for health providers while in the program.
The student must also satisfy the following criteria:
- Sufficient strength to assist patients in transferring from a wheelchair or cart to the treatment couch.
- Sufficient strength, coordination and dexterity to lift weights weighing up to 45 pounds to a height of 5’5”.
- Visually monitor patients in dimmed light; visually monitor patients via video monitors during treatment.
- Hear various equipment and background sounds during equipment operations.
- Communicate a clear and concise manner to people in various departments.
- Be physically, intellectually, and emotionally able to respond to emergency situations.
- Capable of handling stressful situations, making informed decisions, and giving emotional support to patients and their families.
- Understand and apply clinical instructions given from departmental personnel.