Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology
About Our Program
Maine College of Health Professions’ Nuclear Medicine Technology Program was founded in 1996 in response to a rapidly changing healthcare environment. The program offers a six-semester course which includes two semesters of general education courses and four semesters of study in nuclear medicine technology, including computed tomography (CT).
The challenging curriculum consists of classroom instruction, on-line participation, self-study, and clinical education. Students attend the program on a full-time basis and gain valuable experience from classroom work, simulation, and hands-on clinical applications in medical facilities throughout Maine. Upon graduation from the program, graduates are eligible to apply for national certification examinations in both nuclear medicine technology and CT and are eligible for Maine state licensing.