Associated with the Department of Biomedical Engineering's graduate program in Medical Physics, the University of Miami offers a Certificate Program in Medical Physics. The Certificate Program is accredited by CAMPEP (Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Educational Programs) and is a non-degree granting program. The objective of this two-semester program is to allow qualified individuals who have obtained PhD degrees in Physics, Engineering or a related field with a physics-minor-equivalent background to transition into a career in medical physics.
Students enrolled in the Certificate Program in Medical Physics must complete at least 18 credit hours from the following courses:
|BME 602||Unified Medical Sciences II||3|
|Select one of the following courses:||3|
|Medical Imaging System|
|Advanced Medical Imaging|
|BME 681||Radiation Biology and Physics||3|
|BME 682||Radiation Therapy Physics||3|
|BME 683||Radiation Protection||3|
|BME 781||Radiation Dosimetry And Physics||3|
|Radiation Therapy Physics Clinical Rotation|
|Total Credit Hours||18-21|
Credit hours completed by students enrolled in the certificate program are not eligible for degree application.