Satisfactory completion of an accredited program is a requirement for eligibility to take the national certification examination(s) in the respective radiation science professions. The Department will not verify eligibility if incomplete work is recorded for any portion of the required academic or clinical course work in the student’s professional program. In addition, if the student fails to discharge financial and other obligations sustained as a student, the Department cannot verify completion of the program in good standing.
Students should be aware that some certification bodies require a student to provide information regarding felony and misdemeanor convictions against them. Schools may also be required to provide certification bodies information about academic and professional misconduct while the student was attending school. This information is used to determine eligibility to sit for the certification exam. Students should review the applicable certification body’s website for details to determine if they can meet eligibility requirements.