The UMMC School of Health Related Professions’ Nuclear Medicine Technology program has successful graduation rates, first-time examinee pass rates on national certification examinations, and job placement rates. The following tables identify data from the most recent seven years for these outcomes among SHRP NMT program graduates.
Graduation Rates - Defined as the number of students formally enrolled in the nuclear medicine technology program who graduated from the program during the designated time period after completing all programmatic and graduation requirements, calculated as a percentage of the total number of students initially enrolled in the class.
Certification Exam Success - Success is defined as the pass rate for all first-time examinees who graduated during the designated time frame. Pass rate is the number of first-time examinees on both exams who graduated during the designated period that pass the exam calculated as the percentage of the total number of first-time examinees on both exams who graduated during the designated period that took the exam.
Job Placement Rates - Job placement indicates employment status 12 months post-graduation of graduates actively seeking employment. The percentage on the data table is the percentage of graduates that are working as a nuclear medicine technologist in a full-time, part-time or per-diem position within 12 months following graduation.