Health Physics Graduate Program - 5th year for 4 (honors) + 1 (graduate) M.S. Plan of Study
5th Year Graduate Core Curriculum for the M.S. 4 (honors) +1 (graduate) Degree in Health Physics
This M.S. degree option is only available to students who have completed the undergraduate Radiological Health Science (honors) major at Purdue University.
♣ - STAT 512 - Applied Regression Analysis may be substituted
A minimum of 32 credit hours is required for this fifth-year. The student's advisory committee may approve substitute additional coursework for the practicum up to 9 credit hours. The practicum is a project designed to give the student practical experience in a radiation safety setting at an approved site. The practicum is performed under the supervision of a faculty member of the School of Health Sciences or under co-supervision with a faculty member and another instructor approved by the student's advisory committee. The content of the practicum must be reviewed and approved by the student's advisory committee. A major report on the practicum results and experience is required and the faculty supervisor in consultation with any co-supervisor performs grading.
NOTICE: Graduate courses taken while registered as a graduate student at Purdue University may be considered for fulfilling the plan of study requirements only if the student has received grades of C or better. For courses at the 300 or 400 level taken as a graduate student or courses that represent either undergraduate or graduate excess credit or transfer credit, grades of B or better are required for fulfilling plan of study requirements.
Approved by faculty graduate committee October 28, 2003