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Graduate Certificate in Radiation Protection

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Students earning the graduate certificate will help provide needed manpower in radiation protection and have competency in the fundamentals of radiological science and the application of radiation protection principles so that they may work effectively on radiation protection projects under the supervision of a radiation protection professional.There are 78 certified health physicists in the Tri-Cities, many of whom hold Ph.D.’s, including professionals who have served on the National Council on Radiation Protection and Management (NCRP) in the past 2 decades and who are serving or have served on the International Commission on Radiation Protection and other international bodies.

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James R. Pratt
Tri-Cities, WA
509-335-7212