These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
- Grade12 English
- Grade12 Biology
- Grade12 Chemistry
- Grade12 Mathematics
- Grade12 Physics
Alberta Grade 12 Preparation: It is recommended that students have the following Grade 12 subjects in order to complete the prerequisites: English Language Arts 30-1; Biology 30; Chemistry 30; Mathematics 30-1; Physics 30.
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There is no direct entry from high school into the Bachelor of Science in Radiation Therapy program. Students must first complete university level courses in English, Physics, Psychology and/or Sociology, Calculus, Cell Biology, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Statistics.
Preference will be given to Alberta students, however, applicants from other provinces may also be considered.
Pre-professional Study Time: Those wanting to enroll in the BSc Radiation Therapy program must complete pre-professional requirements before applying for admission to the Faculty. A minimum of ★30 are required. (★=units of course weight): English (★3), Statistics (★3), Physics (★6), Psychology and/or Sociology (★6 in any combination), Mathematics (Calculus) (★3), Cell Biology (★3), General Chemistry (★3), Organic Chemistry (★3).
Applicants must submit a career reflection letter by April 1, outlining evidence of personal reflection regarding their career choice, professional goals, personal skills and attributes, knowledge of the profession, related experience, and reasons for seeking admission to the Radiation Therapy program. Interview selection is based on postsecondary academic records and the Career Reflection Letter. Selected applicants will be interviewed to determine if they have the personal qualities necessary for the profession. The interview evaluates an applicant’s communication, professionalism, decision-making, teamwork, conflict resolution, responsibility, initiative, problem-solving, prioritization, and organization. Short-listed applicants will be advised of the interview date.
Police Information Check: Applicants should be aware that under the Alberta Protection of People in Care Act, they will be required to satisfy a Police Information Check including Vulnerable Sector Check once they are accepted into the Radiation Therapy program. Applicants are also asked to review the Radiation Therapy Program Technical Standards Self-Assessment and Details document and complete the questionnaire contained in Appendix A of the document. The Radiation Therapy program has a quota of 15 students. Please note that this is a competitive program, and meeting requirements does not guarantee entrance.
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