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Bachelor Of Science In Nuclear Medicine Technology
Concentration: Nuclear Medicine Technology
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Upon completion of the Communication Skills courses (COSK), students must complete a component of courses, (the specific number is determined by the student's academic "School") to meet one of the requirements for graduation. These courses called "Communication Skills Intensive" are integrated into the degree as part of the "major" areas on the checksheet. If you should have questions about this degree requirement, consult your academic advisor or the department head of your major.
  3 credits CHEM1210 Chemistry I
  1 credit CHEM1215 Chemistry I Lab
  3 credits One from... COSK2221 Intercultural Communications
  COSK1220 Reading & Writing Strategies
  3 credits COSK1221 Argument and Research
  3 credits COSK2220 Public Speaking and Persuasion
  3 credits COSK2230 Professnl Commun In Workplace
  3 credits ECON1010 Survey Of Economics
  3 credits HUMA1010 Humanities: Art and Music
  3 credits INFS3440 Health Care Information System
  3 credits One from... MATH1010 College Mathematics
  MATH1020 Pre-Calculus
  3 credits PSYC1010 General Psychology
  3 credits SOCI1010 Principles Of Sociology
  3 credits One from... ELIT1040 Readn Literature:Coming Of Age
  ELIT1050 Readng Lit:Classics/Cntr Trad
  ELIT1060 Reading Literature: Myths
  ELIT2030 African Amer Lit & Experience
  ELIT2055 World Literature
  ELIT2080 Women and Literature
  ELIT2040 Literature and Medicine
  3 credits One from... HIST1100 United States History I
  HIST1200 United States History II
  HIST1500 Western Civilization To 1715
  HIST1600 Western Civilization From 1715
  HIST1700 World Civilization I
  HIST1800 World Civilization Since 1500
  POLS1020 American National Government
  3 credits BIOL1210 Anatomy and Physiology I
  1 credit BIOL1215 Anatomy & Physiology Lab I
  3 credits BIOL1220 Anatomy and Physiology II
  1 credit BIOL1225 Anatomy & Physiology Lab II
  3 credits BIOL1310 Principles Of Biology
  1 credit BIOL1315 Principles Of Biology Lab
  3 credits BIOL2370 Microbiology
  1 credit BIOL2380 Microbiology Laboratory
  3 credits NMED3050 Pharmacology
  3 credits NURS2015 Pathophysiology
  3 credits PHYS1010 Physics For Allied Health
  1 credit PHYS1015 Physics For Allied Health Lab
  3 credits STAT2110 Statistics
MAJOR 60 Credits Required
* 2 credits NMED2001 Intro To The Hospital Environm
* 2 credits NMED2002 Evaluation and Instruction
* 2 credits NMED2003 Fundamentals Hlth Care Admin
* 3 credits NMED3003 Nucl Medicine Physics/Rad Phys
* 2 credits NMED3004 Instrumentation Technol/Techn
* 2 credits NMED3005 Radiopharmacy
* 2 credits NMED3006 Computer Applic Nuclear Medic
* 2 credits NMED3007 Radiation Safety
* 3 credits NMED3008 Clinical Techniques & Practice
* 3 credits NMED3009 Nuclear Medicine Technol/Tech
* 2 credits NMED3010 Instrumentation/Quality Cntr I
* 2 credits NMED3011 Radiation Biology
* 2 credits NMED4010 Positron Emission Tomography
* 3 credits NMED4013 Clinical Practice I
* 2 credits NMED4014 Instrumentation/Qual Cntrl II
* 3 credits NMED4015 Clinical Radiopharmacy
* 3 credits NMED4016 Clinical Practice II
* 1 credit NMED4017 Seminar I
* 3 credits NMED4018 Clinical Practice III
* 3 credits NMED4019 Clinical Practice IV
* 2 credits NMED4020 Nuclear Cardiology
* 3 credits NMED4021 Pet Clinical Practice/Research
* 2 credits NMED4022 Seminar
* 3 credits NMED4023 Computerized Tomography Tech
* 3 credits NMED4024 Mri Technology

* A minimum grade of C must be earned in each course identified with an asterisk
A cumulative Q.P.A. of 2.30 or higher is required for graduation.

COSK0990, MATH0900--These courses may be required but do not fulfill requirements for graduation in this degree program.

As an introduction to the Nuclear Medicine profession , each student is required to spend a 40-hour observation period in a nuclear medicine department. This observation must be completed during the summer between the second and third year of this program. The Observation Form of recommended observed procedures must be completed and received by the clinical coordinator at the beginning of the fall semester of the third year. Failure to complete this requirement prior to the beginning of the fall semester fo the third year will impede the student's further progression in this program.

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