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The radiation therapy program prepares students to administer prescribed doses of radiation to patients in the treatment of cancer. Please be aware that only complete applications with transcripts and test scores will be processed.

The instructions below will help you submit a complete application. We suggest that you submit your online application, fee and all transcripts at the same time. There are six easy steps to apply:

Step 1 - Application

Submit your completed program application and the non-refundable $60 application fee.

Step 2 - College Transcripts

A minimum 2.5 cumulative college GPA is required. Submit official, unopened college transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended.

Step 3 – Successful Completion of College Level Algebra

Submit official transcripts showing completion of college-level algebra from an accredited institution prior to program entry.

Step 4 – Copy of Current ARRT pr NMTCB Certification Card

Applicants to the radiation therapy program must be graduates of a qualified radiologic technology or nuclear medicine program and must hold certification in one of these fields. Submit a copy of your current ARRT or NMTCB certification card. Applicants who are registry-eligible or who are currently enrolled in a program will be required to submit proof of certification prior to program entry.

Step 5 – Three Completed Carolinas College Reference Forms

Submit three, sealed references on the Carolinas College Reference form from a Program Director, Clinical Coordinator, Clinical Instructor, or Employer.

Step - 6 Deadline

Submit a complete application by the deadline. All required documents must be received by the deadline.

International Applicants (or those with foreign transcripts)

Applicants must be citizens of the United States or hold permanent resident status. Carolinas College of Health Sciences does not authorize student visas. Applicants with foreign transcripts are required to present an official transcript evaluation from one of the agencies listed below that includes all of the courses attempted, credit and grades earned.

International Education Evaluations, Inc.

World Education Services, Inc.

Applicants who attended high school or college outside of the United States must submit a TOEFL score as part of the application packet by the application deadline. A score of 220 (computer version) or 83 (iBT: Internet Based) is required. Contact TOEFL at (School code: 5130).