Nuclear Medicine Technology Program

Thank you for your interest in the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program.

Nuclear Medicine Technology is an exciting medical specialty that uses radioactive medications to image organs and tissues in the human body. Nuclear Medicine Technologists are responsible for preparing and administering the medications to patients undergoing Nuclear Medicine tests. They also operate the sophisticated scanners that are used to perform the imaging. The Nuclear Medicine Technology Program at Ferris State University is the only university-based program in Michigan. The program offers on-campus classes and labs along with a clinical internship in a Nuclear Medicine Technology Department.

Ferris State University offers two campus options for students pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology. One option is for students to enroll in the professional courses at the Big Rapids campus. The second option is for students to attend professional courses at the Ferris Grand Rapids campus as well as elective courses at Ferris on-line and/or Grand Rapids Community College. You will select your preference on the application form when you apply January 15 – 30.

If you would like additional information about the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program, please visit the various links provided on our webpage.

Thank you for your interest and please consider Ferris State University’s Nuclear Medicine Technology Program.

Tim Vander Laan, MPA, CNMT
Nuclear Medicine Technology Program Coordinator