RADIATION THERAPY TECHNOLOGY
Associate in Applied Science (RTT.AAS)
This is a cooperatively arranged program leading to an Associate in Applied Science Degree. The program is open to Radiation Therapists already in the field and to
persons who wish to prepare for entry into the field.
Radiation Therapists who are graduated from an approved Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) Radiation Therapy Technology program will be able to transfer
to Oakland Community College up to 35 credit hours toward an associate degree. Upon completion of the required supportive and General Education courses as listed in the catalog for this program, the
therapist will be granted an Associate in Applied Science Degree - Radiation Therapy Technology.
Those wishing to start a career in Radiation Therapy must take the required supportive courses at Oakland Community College then apply to a JRCERT certification approved Radiation Therapy
Technology Program to complete the specialized courses and clinical practice before receiving the associate degree. A list of the approved programs in the local geographic area is available from the
Health Professions and Technologies faculty at the Southfield Campus.
Graduates of this program will be eligible to work in hospitals, free-standing cancer centers and private offices.