The BSRS/NMT military trained degree completion program offers advanced coursework in computed tomography, positron emission tomography, healthcare management, research, and sectional anatomy, as well as preparation for certification in advanced cardiac life support. The program provides military-trained NMTs with enhanced expertise and facilitates upward career mobility. The curriculum is innovative and geared to the changing practice environment.
Students who transfer to Augusta University with less than 60 credit hours must complete the Wellness Requirement. Active military will need to apply for a waiver based on PT experiences.
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 for both distance and campus students. 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.
After completing department requirements, upper-division courses will be credited by proof of certification in nuclear medicine technology — Phase I and Phase II of military NMT training. 30 hours of upper division course credit will be applied toward the BSRS degree.