Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements


  • All School of Medicine Graduate Program applications must be processed through the Graduate Division Office.  Please refer to the Graduate Division Guidelines page for important requirement information, in addition to our specific program requirements indicated below:


  • All applicants must be accepted for admission to the IU Graduate School. There is no separate application to the Graduate School.

  • All applicants must have either

    • completed a JRCERT accredited or equivalent Radiation Therapy program.  A GPA of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale must have been maintained in the program, or,
    • graduated from a CAMPEP accredited Medical Physics Graduate Program


  • All applicants must hold a Bachelors degree from an accredited university.  An overall GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale is required.
  • Applicants must hold ARRT certification in radiotherapy technology (RT(T)), unless they are graduates of a CAMPEP accredited Medical Physics Program 

  • Three (3) professional letters of recommendation

  • Official copies of all transcripts of all post-secondary institutions attended

  • Completion of undergraduate prerequisite courses (or equivalent):

    • College Algebra and Trigonometry and/or Pre-calculus

    • Cross-Sectional Anatomy

    • Radiation and Cancer Biology  

    • Basic computer technology.

Note: Students are admitted on a "rolling" basis.  It benefits the student applicant to apply as early as possible to secure admission into the program.  To apply to the IU Medical Dosimetry program, click here

Applications for the any given academic year will be reviewed starting in December of the prior year.

Department of Radiation Oncology | 535 Barnhill Drive, RT 041 | Indianapolis, IN 46202-5289 | Phone: 317-944-2524 | FAX: 317-944-2486