Program Structure & Admissions
The Radiotherapy Physics Residency at Genesis Healthcare Partners & Affiliated Sites is a two year tuition based program that offers a Certificate through the SDSU Global Campus at SDSU. During the two years, the residents are required to enroll in the four clinical rotation courses (each of six month duration) through SDSU Global Campus. Although the program is administered and run through SDSU (one of the spoke sites), the clinical rotation courses, which include hands on clinical and didactic training, occurs at the participating clinics. Upon the successful completion of each clinical rotation course, the residents typically rotate to a different clinic with at least two rotations during the duration of the residency.
Admission into our Radiotherapy Physics Residency Program will occur through the SDSU Global Campus at SDSU and applicants who meet the following criteria will be considered:
- Graduates from a CAMPEP-accredited graduate program in Radiation Oncology Physics.
- Post-graduate (M.S. or Ph.D.) students who have completed a CAMPEP-accredited certificate program in Radiation Oncology Physics. This option is open only to alternate pathway candidates for residency.
- Our program does not admit applicants who have not completed the required CAMPEP accredited courses.
Step 1 – The program (SIMS Code: 777740) is called, “Residency Training in Radiation Therapy Physics.” It is an Advanced Certificate. Please follow the step on the following link to apply:
Step 2 – Email a cover letter, CV, and three letters of reference to Dr. Tambasco, Associate Program Director email@example.com
Step 3 – The accepted applicants will be required to register through the SDSU Global Campus at San Diego State University following the steps at:
The accepted residents will be expected to pay the enrollment fee for the first semester, and begin their training in the SDSU Fall Semester (~ 3rd week of August).
Note: Applications not completed through the above SDSU website will not be considered. Technical questions about the SDSU application process may be directed to:
Prospective Student Center
International Recruitment Office
COST OF RESIDENCY TRAINING PROGRAM (2 YEAR COST)
- $31,500: Tuition and fees
- $3,708: Books and supplies
- $25,522: Off-campus room and
- $4000: Attend one national conference/year (Travel, board, registration)
The Department of Education approved the addition of our residency program, so our residents are eligible for federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans