BS Radiation Science

Do you want to pursue a career or graduate studies in the health sciences, including radiation safety, clinical research, and/or biology? Our radiation science major could be for you.

The radiation science major emphasizes laboratory and research training rather than clinical training, making it ideal preparation for medical research careers and graduate study. By integrating the study of biology, radiation, physics, chemistry, and mathematics, our well-rounded program prepares you for a career in healthcare or any of the sciences. Majors in the program have the opportunity to complete an internship at a regional healthcare facility, including the possibility of interning at a top medical center, even though clinical training isn't a requirement of this program.

In addition to your core courses and labs, you'll take required courses in cancer care, math, physics, and biostatistics. Three electives will round out your education in this complex field.

Radiation science graduates are working as clinical research assistants and radiation safety personnel, and pursuing graduate and certificate study in biology, medical dosimetry, health physics/radiation safety, and nursing. They are also found studying in dental and medical school and in physician assistant programs.

Suffolk also offers a Master of Science in Medical Dosimetry.

Recent alumni of the Suffolk Radiation Science Major have gained employment at:

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$41,242 Per Year

International student tuition fee

4 Years


Aug 2024

Start Month

Jul 2024

Application Deadline

Upcoming Intakes

  • August 2024
  • January 2025
  • August 2025
  • January 2026
  • August 2026

Mode of Study

  • Full Time