Nuclear Medicine Technology
In cooperation with Vanderbilt University, Austin Peay State University offers a 12-month training program in clinical nuclear medicine technology. Students complete the first three years study at APSU and, upon acceptance to the program, complete the fourth year of their Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology through Vanderbilt University. Graduates of the program receive a certificate from the Division of Allied Health at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and are eligible to take the national certification exam.
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PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology
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Based on scholastic background, personal evaluations and motivation; grade-point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) is recommended, but averages above 2.5 will be considered. Must be eligible for B.S. in Radiologic Technology upon completion of the program. A minimum of a C in all core courses.
12-month training program
Due by February 15 of the semester in which the student will complete junior year. Submit to APSU Director of Radiologic Technology. Selections are made by April 15.
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Vanderbilt’s program tuition is $1,900. Additionally, students must be enrolled at APSU.