Program Details

Career Program

Nuclear Medicine Technology - Arts and Sciences to Hopkins

Program Information:

Associate of Arts

Advisor: Paul Hunter • Phone: 410-386-8435 • Email: transferadvising@carrollcc.edu

This program is suggested for graduation with an Arts and Sciences degree and transfer to The Johns Hopkins Hospital Nuclear Medicine Technology program. Students must complete the courses marked with a + to qualify for admission. Admission is competitive and not guaranteed; an A.A. with a GPA of 2.500 is required in all prerequisite coursework. After transfer, the program is an 18-month, full-time, day program.

+ Required by Johns Hopkins Hospital with a minimum grade of C
# Recommended by Johns Hopkins Hospital

 
Johns Hopkins Hospital's Recommended Program Electives (any 29 elective credits required for graduation)
 
 + BIOL-210  Human Anatomy and Physiology 1  4 credits
 + BIOL-211  Human Anatomy and Physiology 2  4 credits
 + CHEM-105  Principles of General Chemistry 1  4 credits
 #CHEM -201  Organic Chemistry 1  4 credits
 + CIS-101  Introduction to Computer Information
 Systems
 3 credits
 + HIT-111  Medical Terminology  3 credits
 #MATH-115  Introduction to Statistical Methods  4 credits
 +# PHYS-102  Fundamentals of Physics 2  4 credits
 # PSYC-210  Human Development Through the Life-Span  3 credits
   Refer to ARTSYS and the receiving institution's
 catalog to select transferable courses 
 
 
General Education Requirements
 
 Arts and Humanities  3 credits
 Arts and Humanities 
(+SPCH-101, Fundamentals of Public Speaking)
 3 credits
 Biological and Physical Sciences 
 (#BIOL-101, Fundamentals of Biology 1)
 4 credits
 Biological and Physical Sciences 
 (+PHYS-101, Fundamentals of Physics 1)
 3 - 4 credits
 Emerging Issues  3 credits
 English Composition and Literature  6 credits
 Mathematics 
 (+MATH-123, Precalculus, Part 1, or higher)
 3 - 5 credits
 Social and Behavioral Sciences  3 credits
 Social and Behavioral Sciences 
 (+PSYC-101 General Psychology)
 3 credits
 Total Credits   60

Diversity/ World View requirement met (ENGL-102).

The Carroll diploma will specify the degree conferred (i.e. Associate of Arts). Students may take 29 credits from any subject to fulfill Carroll graduation requirements and work toward transfer-college course requirements. Arts and Sciences recommendation program titles (i.e. Nuclear Medicine Technology) will not appear on the Carroll transcript or diploma.

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