As a nuclear medicine technology student, you will learn how to work with patients and how to perform nuclear medicine imaging procedures such as PET scans, bone scans and heart scans. You will begin with three years of science courses. Through the required off-campus hospital internship in your final year, you will be well-prepared to pass the board exam and will graduate with a four-year degree as a well-trained nuclear medicine technologist.
- Rigorous coursework in biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics.
- Required clinical phase is a competitive off-campus hospital internship.
- Clinical phase involves a high degree of patient contact.
- Only public university in Minnesota with a bachelor of science program in nuclear medicine technology.
- Graduates earn a bachelor's degree and qualify to take the nuclear medicine technology board exam.
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