Radiation Protection/Health Physics Capstone is an in-depth, student-centered activity that requires the integration of theory and practical experience in the field of radiation protection/health physics technology. You will apply the skills and techniques you have learned to a specific project. The project will identify a real-world radiation protection/health physics technical problem, issue, event, developing technology, or case study. You will conduct research by exploring, evaluating, and formulating a solution in a final paper. On successful completion of the course, you will demonstrate having met the learning outcomes of the NET/Radiation Protection degree program.
Prerequisite: RPT-490 Radiation Protection/Health Physics Assessment/Career Planning
Semester Hours: 4
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