[ RadSafe ] CHP Review Course - Online

Russ Dunkelberger rodunk at verizon.net
Fri Dec 15 20:44:13 CST 2006

This from Colorado State University:

DCE 0800 - Health Physics Exam Review
Noncredit / Spring 2007

CSU announces a 16 week Certified Health Physics (CHP) exam review class
taught online. This is the first online review class that lets you study at
times and places convenient to you!

The class is held live on Wednesday evenings and streamed live; it can also
be viewed online later. Students ask questions and interact online during
the class or by email. Each student is assigned an individual mentor to
track progress. Homework includes mock Part One and Part Two graded exams.

Why should you take this course? Because it will:

Benefit any health physicist eligible to take part 1 or 2 of the CHP exam
who wants a structured review of the relevant topics.
Help you identify your weaknesses and provide guidance on what to study.
Refresh your memory on each topic and present example questions and answers
like those on the exam.
Provide strategies for test taking, explores thumb rules, and provides with
multiple strategies for solving problems.
Give you information on what to study and identify areas where you need to
Although you cannot pass the CHP exam with this class alone, it gives you
the tools to set up a regular, focused study program leading to success!

Profits from the class support the CSU Student Chapter of the Health Physics
Society. Continuing education credit from the AAHP is expected.

Two texts are required for this course: "Introduction to Health Physics" and
"Basic Health Physics: Problems and
Solutions". Students are asked to order their texts from Amazon.com; full
text information is given below.

Noncredit courses do not produce academic credit nor appear on a Colorado
State University academic transcript.

Textbooks & Materials
All textbooks and materials are considered required and can be purchased at
the CSU Bookstore, unless otherwise indicated.

Basic Health Physics: Problems and Solutions (1996)
Herman Cembar
(ISBN: 0071054618)   not available at the CSU Bookstore
Introduction to Health Physics (1999)
Joseph John Bevelacqua
(ISBN: 0471297119)   not available at the CSU Bookstore

Section 150

January 24 - May 9, 2007 (16 wks.)
Times:  Self-paced
Instructor:  Thomas Johnson

Tuition: $975
Course Fees: $0
Registration ends Thursday, January 25, 2007


More Information

Thomas Johnson
Dr. Tom Johnson CHP is an Assistant Professor at CSU. He was was formerly
the course director for the Baltimore-Washington Chapter Health Physics
review class, and has taught numerous review classes.

Continuing Education Contact

Michele Sterling
(970) 491-2520
apowell at learn.colostate.edu

(970) 491-5288
Toll-free: (877) 491-4336
questions at learn.colostate.edu

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