Degrees type: Bachelor

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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.

Students complete the Associate of Science in Medical Imaging during the first two years, then complete the prerequisites and core requirements for the articulation in their junior year.

You may be interested in this path if…

  • you’re interested in how the body functions
  • you’re interested in studying specialized radiography
  • you’re interested in SPECT and PET scans
  • you’re interested in the diagnosis and progression in diseases and disorders

*Medical Imaging and Radiation Science licensure and certification laws/regulations vary from state to state. It is highly recommended that students planning to pursue a professional credential in states other than Pennsylvania contact the appropriate state licensing agency to seek guidance and verify requirements prior to starting a program.

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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

students looking at x-rays

Mountie Spotlight

Making a Difference One Scan at a Time

Bradley Mikitko loved Mount Aloysius so much that he received two degrees from MAC! His life is the definition of Service and he continues to represent the Mercy Values.

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Focusing on Veteran Patients

Dr. Julie Decker knows about providing compassionate care for veterans.

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Mercy off the Mountain

Rachel Harris continues to incorporate the Mercy Value of Service through her work at The Cleveland Clinic as an MRI technologist and through volunteer opportunities with nonprofit organizations.

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Seeing Her Career in 3D

Sarah, ‘05, creates 3D images to help surgeons and scientists do their job.

Watch a video to learn more about the medical imaging program.

Watch a video with alum Morgan Glover talking about the medical imaging program.

Watch a video about what to expect when visiting Mount Aloysius.

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
Class of 2008

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