Nuclear Medicine Technology
The Nuclear Medicine Technology Program's goal 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.
We are one of the few professional programs in the nation to offer a B.S. degree that will train student graduates to take the national registry exams in both Nuclear Medicine and CAT Scan. These two certifications are required for technologists to operate PET/CT's and SPECT/CT equipment. We provide 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.
Our nuclear medicine technology program at Molloy College is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine.
For more information contact Marc Fischer, MBA, BS, CNMT Program Director at 516.323.3389, email@example.com or the Office of Admissions at 516.323.4000.
Nuclear Medicine By the numbers
Highly trained, professional faculty members
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Clinical affiliate internship placement
sites for our students
Nuclear medicine technology scholarships
Degree options: a B.S. degree or an A.A.S.