can you explain how the summers will work for the 3 year program? I’m still not positive how it all works.
About how many people are admitted to radiological sciences program a year? How many people would be in the classroom?
How is housing arranged for summer clinicals?
Are there any internship or job opportunities in the hospital setting that are nearby, or that Quinnipiac works with?
Can students get certified in radiation therapy, and how many radiologic undergrads move on to your graduate programs, like the assistant program?
I live in the New York metro area, are there any summer clinical opportunities here?
Are radiation assistants that are graduating finding good job opportunities, and where?
Do you only learn with people as patients or do you also use animals?
Can you give a description on what a Radiation Assistant’s job would entail?
do the students feel the equipment they are using on campus is as up to date as the hospitals where they do clinicals?
Macey, if you would like additional information you should contact Prof. John Candler, the director of the program. He can be contacted at John.Candler@qu.edu
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