When education goes beyond textbooks and arithmetic, students thrive. That’s why the core and program-specific classes in our nuclear medicine technology degree program are designed to prepare you to handle real-world situations with a compassionate, human touch.
Once you complete our prerequisite courses, you’ll enter the cohort as a second year student and begin taking general education classes. Professional courses begin during your third year. Then you’ll divide your time between didactic courses and clinical rotations at various nuclear medicine and CT departments in the area.*
Our goal is to train nuclear medicine technologists who are ready to provide diagnostic, therapeutic and investigative applications in the field of medicine.
*Successful completion of the nuclear medicine registry exam is required prior to CT certification testing post-graduation.
Program 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.
Real Students. Real Stories. Real Success.
Learn more about the field of nuclear medicine from our graduates and program director, why they chose are program for themselves and how it could be the program for you.
Graduate Achievement Data
*3 year program average ending 2021
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.
88% Graduation Rate
92% Registry Exam Pass Rate
86% Employment Rate within 6 Months
Hands-On Learning. Real-World Environment.
Before you start your clinical rotations, you'll perfect your skills in our nuclear medicine lab, equipped with a gamma camera, processing workstation, uptake probes, well counter, and survey meters.
Ready to Pursue Your Passion?
Nuclear medicine technology is a rewarding field. Your ability to visualize tumors and other disease can help people get the lifesaving treatments and healing care they need. The work is challenging, but the challenge is worth it. If you’re motivated to study nuclear medicine with an exceptional group of peers, we invite you to apply.