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Selective Admissions

Nuclear Medicine Technology

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​​​​​​​Welcome to the Nuclear Medicine Technology (NMT) Program!

​​​​Next cohort to begin in September 2024


​Portfolios Accepted:

January 2, 2024 - March 1, 2024

Final Deadline:

March 1, 2024 at 5:00PM

Admissions Decisions Sent:

April 5, 2024 

(to your RCSJ Gloucester email account)

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Nuclear Medicine is the use of radioactive materials and sophisticated electronic scanning equipment to diagnose and treat certain suspected or known disorders of the human body. The three most common procedures are organ imaging, laboratory analysis, and therapeutic administration.

Students enrolled in the 22-month Nuclear Medicine Technology (NMT) program spend the first year building a core of liberal arts and science courses. Summer sessions focus on the basics of NMT instrumentation, clinical procedures, and patient care. The second year is spent primarily in clinical training, with additional instructional courses at the College.

NMT students must complete the minimum number of required hours of clinical instruction, which are scheduled throughout the program in collaboration with clinical affiliates. Clinical hours occur during the fall and spring semesters of the second year.​

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​​​​​Fast Facts

Application Cycle:
Spring Admission, Fall Start​
Degree Received:
Associate in Applied Science, Nuclear Medicine Technology
Available Start points:​​​

  • ​Traditional Start
  • Early Startinvitation only, based on current program enrollment and clinical site availability. 
    • For applicants who will have all general education courses completed by end of Spring '24 semester.
    • Applicants who are offered and accept Early Start will start NMT courses in Summer '24​

​Program Length: ​2 academic years, 5 semesters
Cohort Size:
Maximum 12 students accepted each year
Schedule:
Daytime, weekday program. Extensive clinical rotation (~4 days per week) in the final two semesters of the program
Estimated Cost:
Varies per student​​​

2024 NMT Information Sessions

All applicants must attend ONE information session from the dates below prior to submission of a portfolio
​Advance registration is required for all sessions.

All information sessions will start promptly at the posted time and last about 1.5-2 hours.

Late entries (10 minutes past start time) will be prohibited. ​Plan accordingly!​


​​Date​

​Time​
​Registration Link

October 19, 2023​
​6:00 PM
Registration closed.
​November 14, 2023
3:00 PM
Registration closed.
​December 14, 2023
​6:00 PM
Registration closed.
January 23, 2024
​3:00 PM
Registration closed.
​February 22, 2024**
FINAL SESSION!
​6:00 PM
Register​
**This is the final information session for the 2024 NMT program. No additional sessions will be scheduled after this date


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