Nuclear Medicine Technology


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  • About the Profession

    Nuclear medicine is a fast-growing allied health professions due to the development of new radiopharmaceuticals for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes as well as promising research and development of cancer-detecting agents and imaging technology such as positron emission tomography-computed tomography (PET/CT).

    Career opportunities are exceptional, ranging from positions as staff technologists to supervisory posts. Other positions are available in specialty areas as research technologists, PET/CT technologists and educators.

    Gainful Employment Disclosure

    Nuclear medicine technologists (29-2033.00)

     Occupational Profile 

     
    2013-2014         
    2014-2015
     
    Tuition and Fees             

     

                       $9,653.40                                         $9,653.40

     
     
    Room and Board
     
    UMMC does not offer nor charge for room and board.
     
     
    Books and Supplies
     
    $1,000 (In addition to tuition, fees, health insurance and professional association dues, students should be prepared to spend $1,000 for textbooks, uniforms and registry examination fees. )
     
     
     
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    Number of Students Who Completed Program Last Year
     
    3
     
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    Job Placement Rate of Program Graduates  in Last Year
     
    100%
     
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