The Nuclear Medicine Technologist is an allied health professional who, under the direction of an authorized user, is committed to applying the art and skill of diagnostic evaluation and therapeutics through the safe and effective use of radionuclides.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to patient interviews and instruction, preparation, quality control testing, and administration of radioactive compounds, execution of patient imaging procedures including computer processing, image enhancement and laboratory testing.
The mission of the B.S. in Nuclear Medicine program is to provide a high-quality undergraduate education experience for students in the diagnostic and therapeutic applications of nuclear medicine.
The education experience is accomplished through rigorous classroom instruction, clinical experiences at local imaging facilities, and mentoring. The products of this experience are entry-level professionals capable of critical thinking, devoted to a lifetime of learning, able to effectively communicate with patients and medical personnel, committed to the ethical standards of their profession, and highly sought after by employers.
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Freshman applicants are admissible with either a 3.0 core GPA (calculated based on English, math, social science, and natural science) from the high school transcript, a 1120 SAT score, a 22 ACT composite score, or a Nevada Advanced High School Diploma.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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