Program Details - Nuclear Medicine Training
- You are expected to arrive on time and attend all scheduled ides and clinical rotations unless you have an approved absence.
- You must conduct yourself in a professional manner at all times.
- You must adhere to all policies regarding the program and all policies required by each hospital clinical affiliate.
- You must maintain a minimum grade of 70% at all times throughout the program.
Students who complete the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program receive a certificate of completion and are eligible for California licensure as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist, and are eligible to take both national certification exams offered to Nuclear Medicine Technologists.
The annual tuition for the 12-month Nuclear Medicine Technology program is $12,000.00. Textbooks cost an additional $300.00 (approx).
Students are responsible for their own certification examinations, all living expenses, parking fees and health insurance.