[BSME 2003, MSMP 2005]
Northside Hospital Cancer Center
Georgia Tech has a great reputation and I was always pleased with the education I received. I considered other schools to work on my Master's degree, but was excited to hear about the Medical Physics courses offered through the Georgia Tech program because the courses were not only taught by knowledgeable Georgia Tech professors, but also by working professionals associated with Emory University. That type of education allowed for theoretical concepts as well as real world application.
Georgia Tech's ability to produce competitive students as well as my experience during clinical rotations made it easy for me to "hit the ground running" when I started my first job.
Georgia Tech provides an environment that challenges students to not only learn the course material, but to also apply it in a real world situation. The clinical rotations allow the students to observe the responsibilities of a medical physicist first hand and see how Georgia Tech courses are applied.
I feel that Georgia Tech has a great national reputation for producing bright, competitive students. Georgia Tech students enter the workplace with great confidence due to the education and experience obtained while at Georgia Tech. The professors are very approachable and are genuinely concerned with the success of the students.