Nuclear Medicine Technology
Bachelor's Degree | Russellville Campus | In-Person or Blended
The Nuclear Medicine Technology degree will train students to conduct imaging procedures for medical diagnosis with small amounts of radioactive materials. This program is designed as a 3 + 1 where students will spend three years at ATU and a fourth off-campus year at one of our affiliate institutions. Students in this program will satisfy the prerequisites needed for entry into an affiliate institution, and may include the following courses: College Algebra, General Chemistry with lab, General physics with lab, Human anatomy and human physiology with lab (8hrs) and a communications course. When the degree is completed, students will have learned to perform specialized imaging procedures such as Nuclear Cardiology, Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and general Nuclear Medicine Imaging.
HANDS-ON LEARNING opportunities
- Clinical procedures during rotations at the affiliate institution
- Labs in ATU classes
SKILLS YOU WILL LEARN
- Analytical skills
- Communication skills
- Critical thinking skills
- Diagnosis of specific medical conditions through imaging
- Operation of medical imaging equipment
About This Degree
Students living in states bordering Arkansas receive in-state tuition.
Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. The Arkansas Tech University school code to use on the FAFSA is 001089.
- Financial Aid
- Payment Plan
- Graduate Assistantships
You could work as a(n):
- Clinical or hospital imaging lab tech
- Imaging lab supervisor
- Medical lab imaging equipment operator
Alumni of our program work at:
- Baptist Hospitals
- St. Vincent Hospital
View the links below to better understand the courses, the course timeline, and who your faculty will be when you enroll as an ATU student.
Credentials that stack with this degree:
- Advanced certificate in medical imaging
- M.S./Ph.D. in medical imaging
- Medical school (M.D.) degree
Point of Pride
Our program has a 100% employment rate and a 100% registry passage rate.