The Master of Health Science in Medical Radiation Science is designed for expert radiation therapy clinicians who wish to expand their academic competence and contributions and advance their clinical skills. The program is delivered in either a two-year full-time or three-year extended full-time (EFT) curriculum. The program comprises coursework (required and elective), clinical practica, and a master’s research project—all designed to provide foundational radiation medicine content, expand clinical and reasoning skills, and further develop the skills of inquiry, innovation, knowledge translation, and evidence-based practice. The program is based on a blended delivery format, where the majority of coursework is completed online using interactive web conferencing. A series of three- to five-day intensive institutes are held in Toronto throughout the program. The final year comprises clinical practica, to a total of 400 hours of clinical practice, at an approved teaching site.
This program is offered by the Institute of Medical Science, which serves as the primary graduate unit for the clinical departments of the Faculty of Medicine.
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Medical Radiation Sciences - MHSc