Credits required
45 Oregon State University is on a quarter-term system. There are four quarters each year and classes are 11 weeks long. This program's 45 quarter credits are equal to 30 semester credits.*
Cost per credit
$652 Cost per credit is calculated using tuition per credit for the current academic year. It does not include associated fees, course materials, textbook expenses, and other expenses related to courses.
Delivery
Online You can complete all or nearly all requirements of this program online. View the curriculum.
Start term
Fall

Radiation Health Physics (M.S. or M.H.P.) – Online

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For questions related to the program and curriculum, contact Dr. Lily Ranjbar, the director of online radiation health physics programs, at ranjbarl@oregonstate.edu. For admissions questions, please contact Heidi Braly, RHP Ecampus coordinator, at
heidi.braly@oregonstate.edu.

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