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The Bachelor of Science with a major in nuclear medicine technology requires a minimum of 120 s.h. of credit. Work for the degree includes a set of foundation courses that are prerequisite to entering the major, 60 s.h. of course work in the major, and elective course work sufficient to complete the 120 s.h. required for graduation. (See following page titled "Admission Requirements" for specifics)Students who plan to complete all requirements for the degree at The University of Iowa enter the University as students in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) with a nuclear medicine technology interest. As CLAS students, they complete the course work that is prerequisite to entering the major.Admission to the major is competitive; the program accepts a maximum of 8 students per year. Students must apply to the major by January 15 of the year in which they wish to enter it. Personal interviews with qualified applicants are scheduled in February, and the class typically is selected by March 1. The program begins the following fall semester and lasts two years.Students who are admitted to the major become Carver College of Medicine students. Upon completing the program successfully, they are granted a Bachelor of Science degree and a certificate of training. Graduates are eligible for national certification as nuclear medicine technologists.
Tony Knight, MBA, CNMT, DirectorNuclear Medicine Technology ProgramDepartment of RadiologyUniversity of Iowa Hospitals and ClinicsIowa City, Iowa 52242-1077(319) 356 - 2954E-mail: email@example.com
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