The Nuclear Medicine Technology B.S.R.S. degree program is a 2+2 transfer program. Sixty credit hours of freshman and sophomore core courses are completed at the college of choice, after which the applicant applies to transfer to the university for the N.M.T. professional component during the junior and senior years.
There are two tracks in the program, a resident track in Augusta and a distance track for North, West, and Central Georgia. Clinical affiliates are located in Augusta, Athens, Atlanta, Gainesville, and Columbus, Georgia. Academic course work and clinical attendance require 40 hours per week, regardless of locale.
Please see the Office of Academic Admissions website for specific admissions information: https://www.augusta.edu/admissions/hs-programs/nuclear-medicine-technology.php
Progression & Graduation Requirements
- Students must have access to a highspeed (DSL or cable) personal computer. Most student and faculty communication, projects and research require Internet interaction and many lectures are presented online for repeated viewing. Faculty and technical staff are available for technical and instructional support seven days a week.
- In addition to demonstrating personal characteristics appropriate for a health professions career, students must satisfy general and specific technical standards.
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