Nuclear Medicine Technology (AS) FAQs

Do I have to have my prerequisites completed before I apply?
Yes, you must complete all the prerequisite courses before you can apply to the program.  Math and Science prerequisite courses must be completed within seven (7) years of the program’s admissions deadline.  All other prerequisite courses do not expire, but can be petitioned to be repeated for a better grade if the course is older than seven (7) years prior to the admissions deadline.

How do I apply?
You can apply using the Health Science Program application. The deadline to apply is May15 of each year.

How many students are accepted each year?
The Nuclear Medicine Program currently has the capacity for 20 students. Admission to the program is dependent on eligibility and GPA.
For more information on the admissions process, please visit the admissions page or the Health Sciences handbook.

When does the program start?
A new cohort begins in the fall term each year.

Do I get to choose my clinical location?
Clinical sites are assigned by the program taking a number of factors into consideration.

When are classes held?
Classes and clinical rotations for the Nuclear Medicine Program are held during the daytime Monday-Friday while the college is in session.

Who should I contact if I have any questions concerning my application?
For any questions regarding your application, please contact -