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The radiation therapy program at NKU provides students the opportunity to enter into a rapidly advancing field, poised on the cutting-edge scientific progress, utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, in a growing profession that offers a fulfilling and promising future. 

Graduates can find employment in hospitals and outpatient cancer centers. Career advancement opportunities, with additional education and experience, include medical dosimetry, management and administration.

Program Contact Information

Julie Lasley, Ph.D, R.T. (R) (T) 
Radiation Therapy Program Director
School of Allied Health

Founders Hall | FH 495 E


The Bachelor of Science in Radiation Therapy Program at Northern Kentucky University is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).

Standards for an Accredited Educational Program are provided in the Student Handbook, along with instructions to pursue allegations of non-compliance with the Standards to the JRCERT.

Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL  60606-3182

Program Effectiveness Data


At NKU, we believe that learning is not confined to the classroom, which is why our radiation therapy program includes clinical practicum courses in seven semesters of the program.

While at the hospital/outpatient center, students deliver radiation treatments to patients under the supervision of registered therapists and physicians employed at the clinical sites.

The radiation therapy program is affiliated with 16 hospitals/outpatient cancer centers in the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati/Dayton area.