Radiation Therapy


Bachelor of Science in Radiation Therapy

Program Information

The University of Alberta offers the Bachelor of Science in Radiation Therapy program through the Department of Oncology in the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry. This comprehensive four-year program includes a year of pre-professional course work and three years of intensive didactic, simulation and clinical learning. Upon graduation, students will have met our program outcomes in five core areas:

  • Clinical Expertise
  • Professionalism
  • Interprofessional and Collaborative Practice
  • Compassionate Clinical Care
  • Social Responsibility and Citizenship

Clinical components take place in any of Alberta’s cancer care sites offering Radiation Therapy services, with one of those sites being the Tom Baker Cancer Centre.  Students work collaboratively in these interdisciplinary environments.  In addition to integration into clinic, students engage in research projects, which often involve members from the broader oncology world.

For more information on admissions and an overview of the program itself, please contact:

Radiation Therapy Program
3-12 University Terrace
8303 – 112 Street
Edmonton, Alberta
Canada  T6G 2E1

Telephone:  (780) 492-6918
Fax:  (780) 492-9531
Email:  radth@ualberta.ca
https://www.ualberta.ca/medicine/programs/radiation-therapy