Our graduates benefit from the program's proven success rate. In the past three decades, 99% of our graduates have passed their certifying exam on the first try. The curriculum supports the entry-level responsibilities expected of a new graduate. Our graduates are very well regarded and are qualified to accept positions in hospitals, industry, sales, marketing, clinical application training, radiopharmacy, and education. Demand for our graduates is high.
Graduates of the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program are known as Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologists. As a member of the health care profession, these individuals are qualified for entry-level positions in hospitals, clinics, research laboratories, educational facilities, regulatory agencies, and commercial sites.
Recent graduates have pursued a variety of professions. Many students proceed to medical and dental school, as well as other advanced degrees. Most students are working in staff positions at hospitals or outpatient centers. Other career options include management positions or consulting.