Radiation Therapy Program
Radiation Therapy is a career that combines the satisfaction of helping people during a difficult time in their lives, using highly technical treatment equipment and sophisticated scientific techniques. The Radiation Therapy Program at Saint Louis University has many qualities to offer:
- Originally founded in 1968, we have one of the oldest radiation therapy programs in the United States.
- As part of the SLU Health Sciences Center, which includes the School of Medicine, the College for Public Health & Social Justice, School of Nursing and the Doisy College of Health Sciences, our Radiation Therapy Program provides opportunities to students in a wide range of disciplines and skills involved in modern health care.
- Graduates have outstanding job placement. They are well-regarded and sought after.
- The Radiation Therapy Program is affiliated with excellent clinical sites including:
- Barnes Jewish Hospital Siteman Cancer Center
- Saint Louis University Hospital
- Missouri Baptist Medical Center
- St. Anthony's Medical Center
- Siteman Cancer-Center-St. Peters
- St. Joseph Hospital West
- Mercy Radiation Oncology David Pratt Cancer Center
- SSM Cancer Center at St. Clare Hospital in Fenton
- Belleville Cancer Treatment Center in Swansea, Illinois
- SSM St. Mary's Health Center
- VA St. Louis Health Care - John Cochran.
- Because of SLU's Jesuit mission, we offer volunteer and leadership opportunities that will help you develop into an exceptional, ethical health professional.
- Small class sizes provide an intimate learning environment and close instructor supervision.
- Programmatically accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)