Nuclear Medicine Technology
Molloy College offers the only two-year Nuclear Medicine Technology program on Long Island where you will graduate with your A.A.S. degree and all the knowledge and skill required to secure a job in this highly-regarded, rapidly growing health care industry.
Nuclear Medicine Technology is of one of today's most in-demand health care disciplines. As a nuclear medicine technologist, you will use chemistry, physics, mathematics, computer technology and medicine to aid doctors in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Your completion of this specialized, one-of-a-kind program will prepare you to work as a nuclear medicine technologist in hospitals, imaging centers or private medical offices. It will also ready you for a career in:
- Research and development
Through our program, you will become proficient in imaging for nuclear medicine, including PET scans. Course study includes fundamentals in nuclear medicine technology, radiation physics and radiation safety and protection. We also offer a diverse nuclear medicine internship at one of 19 participating clinical facilities.
Every course is taught by a professional, currently working in the industry. Hands-on supervision from our highly-trained instructors will enable you to become skilled in all routine clinical procedures as they relate to nuclear medicine technology. You will also be prepared to sit for the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board Exam (NMTCB) and the American Registry for Radiological Technology, (ARRT) both recognized in states that have licensure for nuclear medicine technologists. Molloy College students boast a 99.9 percent passing rate on both examinations.
- Admission and Progression Requirements Admission and progression requirements at Molloy College, offering an associates and bachelor's degree in nuclear medicine technology