Nuclear Medicine Technology

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The Nuclear Medicine Technology Program's mission is to develop competent and professional nuclear medicine technologists who, by virtue of theory and practice, are proficient in all facets of nuclear medicine, are capable of passing the certification examination and have a high degree of adaptability in a changing technology.

Molloy's program is one of the few professional programs in the nation to offer a B.S. degree that will provide graduates with the ability to take the national registry exams in both nuclear medicine and CT Scan. These two certifications are required for technologists to operate PET/CT’s and SPECT/CT equipment. Molloy is dedicated to providing a quality baccalaureate program that offers didactic and clinical coursework in a curriculum that is designed to prepare students to become competent and productive technologists.
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Program Information


  • What is Nuclear Medicine Technology?

    Nuclear Medicine combines chemistry, physics, mathematics and computer technology to diagnose and treat disease.    

    Nuclear Medicine Technologists (NMT's) are multi-specialized health care professionals.   NMT's must be knowledgeable in radiation safety, radiopharmacy, instrumentation, patient care, patient imaging, and regulatory compliance.    

    Employment opportunities exist in hospitals, private offices, clinics and medical agencies.   The Bureau of Labor and Statistics predicts that the future job outlook is favorable for this profession.  

    Transfer students are welcome into this program. Learn more about transferring to Molloy, including transfer guidelines, articulation agreements and funding opportunities.

  • Plan of Study
  • Catalog Course Descriptions

    For more information and course descriptions visit our Undergraduate Course Catalog. 

     

    Nuclear Medicine Technology - B.S.
  • Accreditation

    Our Nuclear Medicine Technology Program at Molloy University is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology (JRCNMT).

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  • Graduation Outcomes

    Graduate Outcomes

    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.

    View the Graduate Achievement Report.

  • Contact Information

    For more information contact:
    Marc Fischer, MBA, BS, CNMT
    Program Director
    516-323-3389
     
    For application information, contact:
    Office of Admissions at 516.323.4000 or admissions@molloy.edu