Education

  • Bachelor of Science (BS) Programs

    The Carver College of Medicine participates in scientific education for several undergraduate degree programs hosted within other colleges. BS programs with degrees conferred by the Carver College of Medicine include:

    Clinical Laboratory Sciences Program

    The Clinical Laboratory Sciences Program provides patient-centered educational opportunities with theoretical knowledge and practical experience in hematology, clinical chemistry, microbiology, immunohematology, immology, endocrinology, biotechnology and research which prepares students for many professional options. The program offers hands-on laboratory experience where students put course material into practice.

    Nuclear Medicine Technology

    The Nuclear Medicine Technology Program includes didactic course work and clinical rotations at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. The program provides a solid background in anatomy, physiology, radiation physics, radiation safety, radiopharmacy, nuclear medicine and PET clinical procedures, nuclear medicine and PET instrumentation as well as laboratory technique. Students are prepared to enter the workforce as nuclear medicine technologists and to practice in both clinical and research environments.

    Radiation Sciences

    The Baccalaureate Program in Radiation Sciences offers multicompetent major which includes education in a variety of disciplines including radiologic technology, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, cardiovascular interventional technology, diagnostic medical sonography, and radiation therapy. The program provides a broad spectrum of curriculum and prepares students for practice in a variety of health care settings.