The Master of Science in radiological health focuses on cancer research and the role of radiation in inducing, diagnosing, and treating cancer.
Conduct cutting-edge clinical research at the Flint Animal Cancer Center
Assess cancer risks to space flight crews
Explore the effects of low-dose radiation exposures
- Human Health
- Veterinary Medicine
Students can participate in research opportunities in selected areas of environmental and radiological health sciences to independently study, or investigate, a specific topic or topics under the guidance of a faculty member with expertise in that area.
There are many opportunities to work with our world-renowned faculty in the areas of:
- Bystander effects
- DNA repair
- Telomere biology
- Tumor microenvironment
Application Information and Deadlines
Interested applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 to be considered for this program. The Graduate Record Exam is required (the Medical College Admission Test is also accepted).
Interested applicants should contact faculty with shared interests regarding the possibility of working with them as a graduate student and to determine the availability of financial support.
To apply, complete the Online Graduate Application via the Graduate School.
|February 1||Priority Consideration Deadline (for Domestic Applicants)|
|May 1||Fall Application Deadline (for International Applicants)|
|July 1||Fall Application Deadline (for Domestic Applicants)|
|September 1||Spring Application Deadline (for International Applicants)|
|November 1||Spring Application Deadline (for Domestic Applicants)|
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Tuition and Financial Aid
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