Nuclear Medicine

This 18-month, full-time program leads to certification in nuclear medicine technology and Computed Tomography. Combining theoretical training in principles of medical imaging with practical, hands-on clinical experience, our program will prepare students with a strong background in math, chemistry and other sciences for a career as a nuclear medicine technologist with CT experience.

You will have the opportunity to learn about routine diagnostic examinations, SPECT and PET imaging, radiopharmacy, in-vitro procedures, and therapeutic applications --- in one of the top diagnostic laboratories in the United States. Graduates are eligible to take national certification examinations.

To ensure that you receive the most comprehensive clinical education possible, you will train at several of our facilities: The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Franklin Square Hospital Center, Saint Agnes Hospital, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Union Memorial Hospital, Howard County General Hospital, University of Maryland Medical Center and American Radiology Services (ARS).

Admission Requirements
Program Statistics

Additional Links
The Society of Nuclear Medicine
The Nuclear Medicine Technologist Certification Board
The Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology

College Affiliations
Notre Dame of Maryland University- www.ndm.edu
Bloomsburg University - www.bloomu.edu
Immaculata University - www.immaculata.edu