This certificate allows opportunities for students and professionals (e.g., employed by the military or in the nuclear sector) who are interested in obtaining basic knowledge of radiological and nuclear safety for specific applications in their workplace to further their education and training in their individual sub-fields without having to complete the formal requirements of a comprehensive graduate degree. Completing the certificate allows the students to have this credential appear on their transcripts, which may serve as confirmation for their employer of their professional training. Also, credits earned in the course of completing the graduate certificate may be applied towards fulfillment of the requirements for a graduate degree at a later date.
Effective Fall 2019
Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.
|ERHS 530||Radiological Physics and Dosimetry I||3|
|ERHS 561||Radiation Public Health||2|
|Select 7-8 credits from the following:||7-8|
|Non-Ionizing Radiation Safety|
|Nuclear Instruments and Measurements|
|Principles of Radiation Biology 1|
|Radiation Biology Principles for Medicine: Principles of Radiation Biology 1|
|Radiation Biology Principles for Medicine: Principles of Radiation Oncology 1|
|Radiation Biology Principles for Medicine: Principles of Radiation Protection 1|
|Radiological Physics and Dosimetry II|
|Techniques in Radiation Dosimetry|
|Program Total Credits:||12-13|
*This certificate may have courses in common with other graduate certificates. A student may earn more than one certificate, but a given course may be counted only in one certificate.