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- Associate of Science in Radiography
- Associate of Science in Nuclear Medicine Technology
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- Course Descriptions
A successful applicant for admission to the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program must meet the general requirements for admission to ADU (see General College Admission in the Admissions Information section) and:
Have a minimum cumulative high school unweighted GPA of 2.70 or have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.70 on 12 or more credit hours of college level work from a regionally accredited institution.
Have a minimum ACT composite score of 19 with an individual score of 19 in math. Applicants with 24 or more credits from a regionally accredited college are exempt from taking the ACT.
Submit two recommendations on ADU recommendation forms. Recommendations submitted at the time of initial application to the University will meet this requirement for new ADU students. Students who have attended ADU for at least one trimester must submit an additional recommendation from any ADU faculty member, adjunct professor, tutoring coordinator, or chaplain.
Each applicant is required to write an essay as part of the admission process. The essay should address each of the following: the applicant's reasons for wanting to enter the Nuclear Medicine Technology program; the applicant's reasons for wanting to pursue this course of study at ADU, a faith-based institution, and future goals; the applicant's characteristics and abilities that qualify him or her for this profession; the applicant's motivation for choosing a career in Nuclear Medicine Technology; and the applicant's perception of how nuclear medicine technologists contribute to healthcare and how an educational experience at ADU will enable the applicant to make future contributions. Essays should be typed using Times New Roman, 12-point black font, one to two pages in length, double spaced with one inch margins. Essays are reviewed for clarity, correct spelling and grammar, and content.
Although a job shadow in Nuclear Medicine Technology is not mandatory prior to admission, prospective students are strongly encouraged to contact the Department of Radiologic Sciences to complete a job shadow with one of the faculty members in order to gain knowledge of the profession.
Admission into all professional programs is competitive. Each program has a maximum number of students that can be admitted each year. Students meeting the admission requirements for a given program qualify to be considered for admission to that program. However, due to the competitive nature of each program's admission process, meeting minimum admission requirements does not guarantee acceptance. Students may be given preferential consideration for admission to degree and certificate programs when they have successfully completed 12 college-level hours at ADU.