About this course
The Radiological Health Science concentration prepares graduates to address/solve applied health-physics problems in an industry, hospital, academia, research, or in any settings where radiation is used for beneficial purposes. The nuclear industry requires professionals who can demonstrate broad technical knowledge, professional judgment in radiation related issues; ability to work independently, and knowledge in different areas of nuclear related fields. The program prepares its graduates to be able to take up professional jobs in the nuclear related fields, with abilities to conduct advanced research, prepare them to continue doctoral level education. A total of 24 hours may be chosen from the restricted electives below.