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Degrees type: Bachelor
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.
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
- Physicians’ Offices
- Diagnostic Laboratories
- Treatment Centers
- Imaging Clinics
- LIBA 400 – Capstone Seminar 3 Credits (satisfies core requirement)
- RAD 103 – Radiologic Sciences I 3 Lecture / 3 Lab / 4 Credits
- RAD 108 – Clinical Practicum I 120 Clinical Hours / 1 Credit
- RAD 109 – Radiologic Procedures I 2 Lectures / 3 Lab / 3 Credits
- RAD 110 – Radiologic Sciences II 3 Credits
- RAD 111 – Clinical II 240 Hours / 2 Credits
- RAD 202A – Clinical Practicum III 240 Hours / 2 Credits
- RAD 202B – Clinical Practicum III 240 Hours / 2 Credits
- RAD 203 – Radiologic Procedures II 2 Lecture / 2 Lab / 3 Credits
- RAD 204 – Radiologic Sciences III 3 Credits
- RAD 205 – Clinical Practicum IV 360 Hours / 3 Credits
- RAD 209 – Clinical Practicum V 360 Hours / 3 Credits
- RAD 211 – Radiologic Sciences IV 3 Credits
- RAD 212 – Radiologic Procedures III 2 Lecture / 2 Lab / 3 Credits
- RAD 220 – Radiologic Sciences and Procedures 2 Lecture / 2 Lab / 3 Credits
- RAD 300 – Imaging Principles 3 Credits
- RAD 303 – Cross-Sectional Anatomy 3 Credits
- NMED – Courses designated by The University of Findlay 50 Credits
The average median wage for a Nuclear Medicine Technologist in the state of Pennsylvania is $69,910.*
Upon completion of the Bachelor Degree Medical Imaging Program, graduates will:
- Apply global awareness of cultural and healthcare perspectives while exhibiting professional behaviors such as integrity, respect, and compassion;
- Participate in scholarly activities pertaining to the profession;
- Use technology skills to perform specialized imaging procedures while achieving professional competencies as currently defined by their respective professions;
- Lead individuals and/or groups and apply basic management skills toward attainment of shared goals in organizational or professional settings to contribute to the improvement of health care delivery;
- Identify, analyze, and solve a variety of scientific, clinical, psychosocial and/or managerial problems to appreciate the complexity of the healthcare system.
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.
A New Look for Science
Pierce Hall has new labs and a new look, and students are loving it.
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.