Thomas Ekkens, Academic Adviser.
The nuclear medicine technologist assist the physician in the use of radioactive tracers within the body to examine organ function and structure. Tasks include calibration of radiation detection equipment, meausurement of radioactive tracers, and mathematical calculations to determine test results.
During the Bachelor of Science program, students take a formal coursework and complete clinical hours up to a 40-hour week. This program is full-time for 117 weeks (undergraduate students), or 103 weeks. And the programs schedule extends through academic vacation periods.
Select courses from at least three subject areas: ART 251; MUHL 124; PHIL 205; HIST 121, 122, 221, 222; ENGL 204, 210, 211, 212; any Foreign Language/American Sign Language
4 credits/year (max 8 credits)
To meet the minimum total of 96 credits