Radiation Therapy


Radiation Therapy Technologists (RTTs) commonly work in hospitals, cancer treatment centers, and private offices.

Admission & Student Profiles

Review admission requirements, the application process, and admitted student profiles for previous cohorts.

For More Information

Please visit the Radiation Therapy Program website.

Program Overview

The Texas State University Radiation Therapy Program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.

Texas State University's Radiation Therapy Program encourages the development of academic and clinical skills, professionalism, independent thought, problem solving skills, and leadership qualities. 

The progressive curriculum and delivery methods complement current industry technology and practices including 22 treatment planning workstations and electronic medical record and treatment delivery verification software systems.  Students acquire computerized hands-on experience planning a treatment, coding, billing, and recording treatments using the same complex network systems used with patients.  Learning is achieved via a mix of clinical experience, face to face lectures, simulation labs, computer lab practice, as well as on-line education.

Student in Radiation Therapy's dosimetry lab with a manikin