For admission to the Professional Nuclear Medicine Sequence: Students should officially
apply to the professional sequence between January 15th and 30th if they will have their qualifications completed by the end of the previous semester
(Fall) for consideration for the following Fall semester start.
Prerequisite Courses and Requirements
- MATH 110 (with a letter grade of “C”), equivalency or proficiency (Math ACT subscore
of 19 or higher). Note: MATH 116 is required for graduation.
- College chemistry course with a lab component with a letter grade of at least “C”
or one year of high school chemistry with a letter grade of at least “B”. *NOTE* CHEM 114 is required for graduation.
- Applicants will be considered ineligible for the program with two unsuccessful (less than a letter grade of “C”) attempts in any required course.
- A student must maintain a college cumulative GPA of 2.5 (or a High School cumulative
GPA of 3.0).
- Group Advising will be offered Fall and Spring Semester. Notices will be posted on
campus for the dates and times for group advising. It is the student’s responsibility
to attend a group advising session each semester. Updates regarding the program will
be announced during these meeting times so it is crucial that the student attend.
- Admission to the program is determined by program qualification date and priority
date (Application date to the program).
- A letter grade of “C” or higher is required for all Nuclear Medicine Technology Program
requirements including core and general education courses.
- Any student that receives less than a letter grade of “C” in one Nuclear Medicine
Technology course must stop the Nuclear Medicine Technology sequence. They must re-apply to the program to repeat the course the next time it is offered (if a seat is available).
- Two unsuccessful (less than a letter grade of “C”) attempts in any required course
(or two unsuccessful attempts in the same course) will result in dismissal from the
Nuclear Medicine Technology Program.
- If at any time a student’s college cumulative GPA falls below a 2.5 they will be dismissed
from the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program.
- All general education requirements must be completed prior to the start of internship.
Any student not completing all these requirements will not be allowed to enter internship.
If a student is dismissed from the program, they may not return to the Nuclear Medicine
Technology Program for a minimum of 5 years.
Any student with a conviction record is advised to contact the American Registry of
Radiologic Technologist and the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board in
regards to their ability to take the registry examinations upon completion of the
Students may need to relocate for clinical internship.
Information in regard to status is mailed to last address provided. It is the student’s
responsibility to maintain current contact information with the college. Contact the
Timme Center for Student Services to select your records.