Hi everyone, I'm currently doing an undergrad degree in radiation therapy in Canada. Here in Canada dosimetry and therapy are taught together and that's when I became interested in medical physics. I'm thinking about applying to master's programs in medical physics or health physics (can you be a medical physicist with a degree in health physics?) in the States this year. I understand that this field can get very competitive and compare to other physics graduates I have a much weaker background. Can someone give me some advices please? Here're some of the relevant courses that I have (one semester each): -1st year general physics -1 intro physics to medical radiation science (Wave motion, electricity and magnetism, heat, radioactivity and radiation interaction, absorption and emission of light) -1 radiation therapy physics with lab (dosimetry) -1 medical physics (course description: Radioactivity and radiation phenomenology: interaction of radiations with matter, dosimetry, radiation in medicine, biological effects, radiation levels and regulations, radiation protection.) -first year calculus and chemistry/labs -full year biology with labs -2 radiation biology & protection -full year treatment planning -2 stats -1 CT, 1 MRI -full year radiation oncology -4 courses in anatomy/physiology, 2 of them are imaging related -a few other courses in imaging (modalities, processing, etc) GPA of last 2 years of full time study: A- cGPA: A- Anyone care to give me some advices? Thanks in advance! ps: I understand that some of you may think I might not stand a chance at all since radiation therapy in the States is mainly an associate of science program & isn't very physics related. However Canadian therapists are also dosimetrists and they have a much bigger scope of practice than American therapists (Ontario specialist therapists can prescribe) thus the educational requirement is actually very different. The physics we learn are taught by physicists/share with the undergrad medical physics program. I might stay back for a year and take a few more physics/math courses if needed.