Oakland Community College 

NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGY

Associate in Applied Science Southfield (NMT.AAS)

   This is a cooperatively arranged program leading to an Associate in Applied Science Degree. The program is open to both nuclear medicine technologists already in the field and those desiring preparation for entry into the field. Technologists will be able to transfer up to 35 credits to the Oakland Community College program. These transferable credits must represent no less than 1,920 clock hours of theory and practice as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist earned in an Program approved by the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology. The student then completes the supportive and general education course work at Oakland Community College.
   Those wishing to enroll who are not nuclear medicine technologists take the approved course work at Oakland Community College and then apply to a program approved by the above named Joint Review Committee to complete the additional courses and clinical experience. A list of approved courses, in the geographic area, is available from the Health Professions and Technologies faculty at the Southfield Campus.
   Graduates of this program are eligible to work in the nuclear medicine department of hospitals and clinics.

Major Requirements

The student will complete an AMA approved Clinical Technician program in nuclear medicine for a total of 35 credits.
 
Required Supportive Courses Credits
BIO 2630 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4
BIO 2640 Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4
CHE 1510 General Chemistry I 4
CHE 1520 General Chemistry II 4
ENG 1510 Composition I 3
ENG 1520 Composition II 3
PHY 1610 College Physics I 4
MED 1103 Medical Terminology 3
MDA 1350 Medical Law and Ethics 3
 
Recommended Elective
 
CIS 1050 Personal Computer Productivity Tools (MS-Office) 4
 
See degree requirements for an Associate in Applied Science degree.
 
General Education Requirement
See General Education Distribution Requirements
 
●   Course may be used to meet General Education requirements.