Certificate - Nuclear Medicine
The mission of the Certificate in Nuclear Medicine program is to provide current radiologic technologists or others with appropriate academic backgrounds with the training necessary to become entry-level nuclear medicine technologists that provide quality patient care, actively participate in the profession, and pursue life-long learning.
The program prepares current radiologic technologists to become entry-level nuclear medicine technologists that provide quality patient care, actively participate in the profession, and pursue life-long learning by:
- Educating competent, efficient, and effective nuclear medicine technologists;
- Supporting the development of diverse skills to participate in current and emerging technologies;
- Encouraging student scholarly and professional activities after graduation;
- Promoting and enhancing student development of integrative, critical thinking, and written, verbal, and computer-based communication skills.
The program is designed for those current Radiologic Technologists seeking education beyond the associate degree level. Upon successful completion of this program, the student is eligible to apply for admission to write the primary certification examination provided by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.