Radiation Therapy, B.S. (STLCC 2+SLU)
This program plan is part of the formal 2+SLU transfer agreement between St. Louis Community College and Saint Louis University.
Students in this program will satisfy the degree requirements published in the 2020-2021 academic catalog at St. Louis Community College and the 2021-2022 academic catalog at SLU. Students must complete all courses and transfer to SLU on or before the spring 2025 semester.
Students who plan to transfer to SLU after spring 2025 should contact a transfer admission counselor to explore options.
For additional information see the catalog entry for:
- Students must complete all the courses outlined on the program plan unless an exception is approved by SLU.
- Students must complete an application for admission.
- Students may be subject to admission review under circumstances outlined in the admission policies.
- Students must present a 2.70 cumulative GPA at the time of transfer to SLU.
- While uncommon, it is possible for admission to be delayed until the next semester if a clinical placement is not secured. To help ensure placement in the desired cohort, students should apply to SLU two semesters in advance of their desired start term.
Program Plans provide a guided pathway for students to earn an associate's degree at their home institution and a bachelor's degree at Saint Louis University. Students may change the sequence in which they complete courses at their home institution. Students who complete a course that is not part of this Program Plan are encouraged to contact SLU to see if the course could be substituted.
St. Louis Community College Courses
|Transfer Course||Transfer Course Title||Transfer Course Credits||Equivalent SLU Course||Equivalent SLU Credits|
|ENG 101||College Composition I (MOTR ENGL 100)||3||ENGL 1500||3|
|MTH 160||Precalculus Algebra (MOTR MATH 130) *||4||MATH 1200||4|
|BIO 140||Principles of Biology I (MOTR BIOL 150L) * †||5||BIOL 1240 and BIOL 1245||5|
|PSY 200||General Psychology (MOTR PSYC 100)||3||PSY 1010||3|
|ENG 102||College Composition II (MOTR ENGL 200)||3||ENGL 1900||3|
|COM 1xx||Oral Communications Course (MOTR course)||3||CMM 1xxx||3|
|MTH 185||Precalculus (MOTR MATH 150) *||5||MATH 1400||5|
|SOC 101||Introduction to Sociology (MOTR SOCI 101)||3||SOC 1100||3|
|Fine Arts Course (MOTR course)||3||Fine Arts Requirement||3|
|PHL 101||Introduction to Philosophy (MOTR PHIL 100)||3||PHIL 1050||3|
|Social & Behavioral Sciences - Civices Course (MOTR course)||3||General Elective||3|
|BIO 207||Anatomy and Physiology I (MOTR LIFS 150LAP) * †||4||HSCI 3300 and HSCI 3310||4|
|CHM 101||Fundamentals of Chemistry I (MOTR CHEM 100L) * †||3||CHEM 1080 and CHEM 1085||3|
|PHL 104||Ethics (MOTR PHIL 102)||3||PHIL 2050||3|
|BIO 208||Anatomy and Physiology II * †||4||HSCI 3400 and HSCI 3410||4|
|CHM 102||Fundamentals of Chemistry II * †||4||CHEM 1480 and CHEM 1485||4|
|HIT 101||Medical Terminology and Language * †||4||HSCI 2200||4|
|ENG 2xx||Literature Course (MOTR course)||3||ENGL 2xxx||3|
|St. Louis Community College Total Credits||65||65|
SLU must articulate and approve this course if it is transferred into STLCC from another institution or testing service.
This course must be passed with a grade of "C" or higher.
Saint Louis University Courses
|IPE 1100||Introduction to Interprofessional Health Care||1|
|HSCI 2100||Health Care Management||3|
|HSCI 3200||Aspects of Health Law||3|
|PHYS 1220||General Physics I||3|
|HIM 4750||Fundamentals of Clinical Medicine||3|
|ORES 2320||Interprofessional Health Outcomes||2|
|PHYS 1240||General Physics II||3|
|IPE 3500||Health Care Systems and Health Promotion||3|
|MATH 1300||Elementary Statistics with Computers||3|
|DIET 2080||Foundations in Nutrition||2,3|
|HSCI 4700||Quality Management and Performance Improvement||3|
|IPE 4200||Applied Decision-Making in Interprofessional Practice||3|
|THEO 1000||Theological Foundations||0-3|
|XRT 4310||Radiation Physics||2|
|XRT 4320||Radiation Therapy Practice I||3|
|XRT 4330||Treatment Techniques||3|
|XRT 4340||Treatment Planning||3|
|XRT 4360||Emerging Technologies||2|
|XRT 4500||Radiation Oncology Patient Care and Quality Management||3|
|XRT 4510||Radiobiology and Radiation Protection||2|
|XRT 4350||Clinical Practicum I||6|
|XRT 4420||Radiation Therapy Practice II||3|
|XRT 4440||Clinical Dosimetry||3|
|XRT 4960||Capstone in Radiation Therapy||1|
|XRT 4450||Clinical Practicum II||0,8|