Imagine spending your day working with technology that was just a dream not too many years ago. Have you ever heard of a gamma camera, radiation detector, or PET/CT scanner? Those are just some of the high-tech devices that Nuclear Medicine Technologists use in their work on a daily basis. Be part of this exciting profession that uses radioactive tracers in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
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Students in the BS Nuclear Medicine Technology program will have access to a fully accredited program led by experienced instructors who do their best to help each student succeed. Clinically, we are a cut above the rest! You'll have access to numerous sites that offer the latest equipment to work with and a wide variety of procedures to experience.
Nuclear Medicine Technology Career Outlook
Once you have your degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology, our graduates can go onto work in traditional hospital or clinic settings, administration, private industry (such as working with equipment protocols at major companies like GE, Siemens, and Philips), or even education. Graduates right out of school can expect to earn $41,000-51,000 per year in the Central Florida area.
Want to know more about the Nuclear Medicine Technology profession? Visit the Society of Nuclear Medicine's website at www.snm.org. You can also access some more great information about this profession in a publication called "What is Nuclear Medicine?"
To get started on your future career, apply now!
Updated: October 12, 2012 - 12:15pm - by Webmaster