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All trainees entering the Therapy Physics Residency program are required to satisfy the CAMPEP standards for program admission.
Specifically, candidates must have acquired a strong foundation in basic physics as demonstrated by an undergraduate or graduate degree in physics OR a degree in engineering, mathematics or other related science AND the equivalent of a minor in physics
(as defined by at least three upper-level undergraduate physics courses).
Furthermore, candidates must have either:
The physics residency education program lasts for two years, with the training calendar starting on January 1 or July 1 of each year at the discretion of the Residency Program Director.
The didactic requirements for entering a residency program shall be completed prior to the beginning of clinical education, except for up to two remedial courses.
Provided that up to 2 remedial classes are need for CAMPEP guided compliance, for applicants offered admission, remediation of deficiencies in academic background are identified in the initial Letter of Acceptance. Typically, this is a requirement
to take and pass additional course work from the Department of Physics. Courses typically required include PHYS 3001C-3002C, calculus-based Intermediate Physics and PHYS 3020-3021, Electricity and Magnetism.
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