The Nuclear Medicine Technology curriculum provides the clinical and didactic experience necessary to prepare students to qualify as entry-level Nuclear Medicine Technologists. Students will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to properly perform clinical procedures. These skills include patient care, use of radioactive materials, operation of imaging and counting instrumentation, and laboratory procedures. Graduates may be eligible to apply for certification/registration examinations given by the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
The Nuclear Medicine Technology program is a collaborative agreement between Pitt Community College and Nash Community College. Students are welcome to apply to Nash CC to complete the general education classes before transferring to Pitt CC to gain acceptance into the program. Nash is allowed two seats into Pitt’s program annually. To be considered for one of these two seats, the student must have met the minimum requirements for the program and let Nash CC Admissions know their intentions.
- Sonya Small
Director, Placement and Career Counseling Services
- Phone: 252-451-8261
- Location: 2002