Oregon State Radiation Health Physics

Radiation Health Physics

Oregon State’s online master’s program in radiation health physics offers both a research-based master of science degree and a professional master of health physics degree, which does not require a thesis. Our master’s program is one of the highest-regarded programs of its kind in the nation.

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Online Course Offerings

A variety of engineering classes are available outside the degree and certificate programs. The majority of these classes are offered online, though some use a combination of delivery methods. Oregon State Ecampus also offers high school and summer classes to help you earn additional college credits.

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Oregon State’s College of Engineering and OSU Ecampus work together to offer a variety of online engineering degrees and certificates. Oregon State Ecampus is consistently ranked among the nation's best providers of online education for the quality and strength of its programs. In 2019, U.S. News & World Report ranked Oregon State third for online bachelor's programs and ninth for online graduate engineering programs.

Student Success Stories

Heather Bell

“It’s never more than you can handle at once. Being able to reach out to faculty members or even my fellow classmates and ask them for help has been crucial.” (Radiation Health Physics)

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After a radiation or nuclear incident, she’s on call to assess the risks

When Kathryn Higley, the head of Oregon State University’s School of Nuclear Science and Engineering, isn’t teaching online and on-campus courses, she answers those questions for the media and public safety officials.

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Online engineering graduate programs earn top 10 national ranking

Powered by the expertise of its engineering faculty and the excellence of their students, Oregon State University has been ranked No. 9 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs.