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Medical Imaging – Nuclear Medicine

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Degree Details

Offered as: Bachelor

Program Highlights

  • 99% career-placement rate
  • Professors with terminal degrees in your field
  • The benefits of two great schools
  • Physician supervision and instruction in handling radiopharmaceuticals
  • Technical education and hands-on learning in classroom & clinical settings

Why Study Medical Imaging at Mount Aloysius College?

Mount Aloysius College’s state-of-the art Medical Imaging labs offer an ideal environment for practice and skill development prior to off-campus clinicals. On-campus involvement coupled with the expertise of our faculty drives our 99% career-placement rate.

Mount Aloysius College’s Nuclear Medicine program allows students to earn a Bachelor of Science Degree from Mount Aloysius College and a certification in Nuclear Medicine from The University of Findlay. Students spend three years studying at Mount Aloysius and complete coursework at The University of Findlay, located in Findlay, Ohio.

What do Medical Imaging technicians do?

Medical imaging technicians specializing in nuclear medicine help diagnose and treat a variety of diseases, including many types of cancers. They work in a radiology lab and are trained to employ a variety of modalities and to interpret outputs of each.

Possible Careers

Medical Imagists can choose where to work after graduation. A few options include:

  • Hospitals
  • Physicians’ Offices
  • Diagnostic Laboratories
  • Treatment Centers
  • Imaging Clinics

How much will I make?

The average median wage for a Nuclear Medicine Technologist  in the state of Pennsylvania is $69,910.*

*Bureau of Labor Statistics

Student Success Profile

“Since graduation I have accomplished many of my career goals! I am ARDMS registered in Abdomen, OB/GYN, & Fetal Echocardiography (RDCS). I am also registered through the ARRT in sonography and the NTQR in nuchal translucency and nasal bone. My education and clinical experience from Mount Aloysius has opened many doors in my career. I was hired at my clinical site after graduation, which made my transition fairly simple. I have since worked at several well-known perinatologists’ offices and I’m currently enrolled for my Master’s degree in Health Sciences.” – Megan Gresh, 2008 graduate of Mount Aloysius College.

Who will teach me?

Your professors have nearly 140 years combined in health care and 80 combined years in higher education.

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Accreditation

The Associates Degree is accredited by CAAHEP (Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs).

What's The Next Step?

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Get a fee-waived application, check out our beautiful campus, and meet faculty and students!

Oct

03

Medical Imaging/Radiography Open House at Penn Highlands DuBois

Central Resource Building – Next to Penn Highlands DuBois 06:00 PM

Oct

29

Nov

04

Medical Imaging/Radiography Open House at Penn Highlands DuBois

Central Resource Building – Next to Penn Highlands DuBois 10:00 AM

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