Offered as: Bachelor
Why Study Nuclear Medicine at Mount Aloysius College?
Mount Aloysius College’s state-of-the-art medical imaging labs offer a low-pressure environment for practice and skill development prior to off-campus clinicals. This 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 through The University of Findlay, located in Ohio, for their final year.
What do Nuclear Medicine Technologists do?
Nuclear Medicine Technologists prepare patients for any kind of imaging procedure. They operate the equipment, which scans a patient’s body and administer the radiopharmaceuticals.
Where will I work?
Nuclear Medicine Technologists work in various locations, including:
- Doctor Offices
- Medical and Diagnostic Labs
Are their job openings? How much will I make?
The demand for nuclear medicine technologists is expected to rise 2% from 2014 to 2024, an increase of 300 jobs.*
The average median wage for a nuclear medicine technologist in the state of Pennsylvania is $69,910.*
Who will teach me?
The Health Studies and Science and Mathematics departments are comprised of full-time faculty who hold doctorate and Bachelor’s Degrees in their disciplines. The faculty in this program prepares the student for a certification in Nuclear Medicine with a Bachelor of Science Degree from Mount Aloysius College.
What's The Next Step?
Get a fee-waived application and a chance to meet faculty and students!