New Hampshire Radiation Therapy Schools and Colleges

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Radiation therapist are hired to improve cancer patients using specialized equipment that eliminate malignant growths in and on the body. Radiation therapy is one of the fastest growing area of study in the medical field and has a high earning potential without needing years of school. By completing a radiation therapy degree in New Hampshire, you will have the opportunity to help patients as well as use cutting-edge technology.

New Hampshire Technical Institute

31 College Drive
Concord, NH 3301
Phone: (603) 271-0700
Director: Amy C Vonkadich

Available Programs

Program Length Completion Rate ARRT Pass % Job Placement
Certificate in Radiation Therapy 15 Months 80% 100% 90%
AS in Radiation Therapy 24 Months 80% 100% 90%

NHTI offers a Radiation Therapy certificate program for eligible individuals that already have a minimum of an Associates in Radiological Sciences and an Associates of Science degree for students with no prior experience. Certificate program applicants do not need to hold a certificate from ARRT like many other radiation cert programs around the country.

Requirements for the program

  1. High school or college biology with lab and chemistry with lab, both with grades of “C” or higher;
  2. College preparatory algebra I with a grade of “C” or higher or NHTI’s MT 103 and MT 104 both with grades of “C” or higher;
  3. High school level physics is recommended;
  4. Clinical observation period in a Radiation Oncology Center; criteria established by and available from program faculty; call (603) 271-6484 x4226 for information;
  5. The applicant must complete a course in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Airway Obstruction Management for the Healthcare Provider/Professional Rescuer before program registration;
  6. A personal interview with the applicant will be arranged by the Admissions Office once the admission file is complete.
  7. Completion of a Radiological Sciences program. (only for Certificate program)

The selection process is based on the following criteria

  • GPA of high school and college prereq courses
  • Completion of General education courses
  • Observation essay
  • Personal Interview

Radiation Therapy Clinical Sites

  • Elliot Regional Cancer Center, Manchester, NH
  • The Kingsbury Center for Cancer Care, Keene, NH
  • Nashua Regional Cancer Center, Nashua, NH
  • Newburyport Cancer Center, Newburyport, NH
  • Norris Cotton Cancer Center, Lebanon, NH
  • Payson Cancer Center, Concord, NH
  • Saints Medical Center, Lowell, MA
  • Seacoast Cancer Center, Dover, NH

Application Deadline: January 24th

Seats Available: 13

Estimated Cost of Entire Program

  • Certificate Program
    • Residents: $10,054.80
    • Non-Residents: $22,886.64
  • Associates Degree
    • Residents:$19,152.00
    • Non-Residents: $43,593.60

Typical Curriculum

To complete a radiation therapy degree in New Hampshire, applicants will need to take and pass some of the courses below:

  • Record Keeping
  • Ethics & Law in Radiation Therapy
  • Radiation Protection
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Film Review

For numerous programs in a NH radiation therapy school, you will probably learn safety precautions due to the delicate nature of the equipment and work. The coursework and duration of degree at radiation therapy schools in New Hampshire may vary, however you should expect to complete your coursework in 1 to 2 years. .

Enrollment Considerations

If you’re prepared to apply to a radiation therapist school in New Hampshire, remember to consider the amount of prerequisites you have already met if you are already in college. Then use our site to get the right program for you. Request information directly from our website to save time.

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