Why choose nuclear medicine technology at North Central College?
Nuclear medicine technologists help physicians diagnose and treat diseases by administering radiopharmaceuticals, then monitoring patients’ responses. We can help you thrive in this fascinating field. First, you’ll spend three years completing chemistry, physics, math and liberal arts courses at North Central, mastering the scientific principles of the field while learning to communicate effectively with other healthcare professionals and patients. In your fourth year after acceptance into the program you’ll complete a clinical internship at Northwestern Memorial School of Nuclear Medicine before graduating from North Central with a B.A. or B.S. in nuclear medicine technology—and with a clear advantage over your peers in the field.
You can also:
- Pursue research and lab work under the individualized guidance of North Central’s full-time science faculty.
- Gain clinical experience at a leading nuclear medicine school with the most advanced technological and diagnostic equipment available.