Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Medicine Technology

Double your career potential

Now including Computed Tomography (CT) education in both the classroom and clinical rotations.


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Quick Facts

Degree Level
Bachelor's Degree
Average Admitted GPA
3.2 prerequisite; 3.25 cumulative (2020 Intake)
Minimum 2.70 prerequisite and 2.70 cumulative required to apply
Application Deadline
May 15
Program Start
Fall Trimester
Admits per Intake
Average Annual Salary
$81,254 *according

About the Program

The Profession

The nuclear medicine technologist is a trained professional in radioactive pharmaceuticals, providing diagnostic, therapeutic, and investigative applications in the field of medicine. By employing small quantities of radioactive materials, these technologists help visualize and define tumors, malfunctioning organs and the physiology of cardiac, bone, liver, and other organic functions. Computed Tomography (CT) knowledge will be employed in the Nuclear Medicine Department with hybrid scanners or in the CT area for further analysis.

The Program

Expand your career opportunities working as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist and/or a CT Technologist.

The Nuclear Medicine Technology faculty members are certified by the NMTCB and AART as well as contribute to various professional organizations. With the faculty’s 50 years of combined experience in the field, students can expect a high quality education in the nuclear medicine technology program. Our program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology (JRCNMT) and follows the Accreditation Standards for Nuclear Medicine Technologist Education. Students that study Nuclear Medicine Technology at AdventHealth University have the benefit of an accredited program with highly experienced faculty. The program has a fully equipped lab including a gamma camera, processing workstation, uptake probes, well counter, and survey meters. A variety of clinical rotations throughout hospitals and imaging centers allows students to interface with the latest technology preparing for their future careers. Program graduates are eligible to apply for the national certification examinations administered by the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). The graduates can become both certified in Nuclear Medicine and/or Computed Tomography.

Mission Statement: Consistent with the mission of the University, the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program at AdventHealth University provides an environment where students pursue technical expertise in the field of nuclear medicine while respecting their own spiritual, intellectual, social, and physical development.

And the results are clear.

Graduate Achievement Data

Graduate achievement data is an indicator of program effectiveness, demonstrating the extent to which a program achieves its goals. The current report on graduate achievement data, identified by program, is available on the JRCNMT website by clicking on the following link:

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Graduation Rate


NMTCB Exam Pass Rate


ARRT Exam Pass Rate


Employment Rate (within 6 months of graduation)

* 3 year program average ending 2021

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