[ RadSafe ] Masters Degree Assistance

JPreisig at aol.com JPreisig at aol.com
Sun Mar 8 15:06:35 CDT 2015

     I think the Health Physics Society webpage has  such a list.
     MS/MA Health Physics schools just off the top of  my head.
     Colorado State
     Oregon State
     Georgia Tech
     UAB --- just starting up
     Texas A and M???
     UNew Mexico???
     Idaho State U.
     The better money might be in Medical  Physics???  Guess one would want 
to work on Cancer.
     Joe Preisig
In a message dated 3/8/2015 7:30:57 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
michael.cowie at aramco.com writes:

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We have a young  member of staff who has the opportunity to study for a 
Master’s program in  Health Physics/Radiation protection, he currently has a 
Bachelor’s degree in  Medical Physics, and is keen to move more into general 
radiation  protection/health physics. Is there a list of appropriate schools 
offering  such programs that would assist him in making his choice?

Any  assistance would be greatly appreciated.


Michael  Cowie
Environmental Specialist
Radiation Protection  Unit
Environmental Protection Department
Saudi Aramco

Tel:   +966 13 880 9747
Mobile:  +966  505892063

Email:  michael.cowie at aramco.com<mailto:michael.cowie at aramco.com>

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