A residency training program that prepares physicians in the diagnostic applications of x-rays, gamma rays from sealed sources, ultrasonic radiation, and magnetic resonance; and in the use of equipment associated with their production and use, including radiation safety. One of the three subspecialties available to residents in radiologic physics who must select one or more subspecialty areas. This CIP code is not valid for IPEDS reporting.
The graphs below represent a comparison of the number of graduates in Diagnostic Radiologic Physics Residency Program and the number of graduates in
similar majors compared to all other graduates in the state.