Johns Hopkins Nuclear Medicine Technology Program
You are required to fulfill the following prerequisites (Carroll designators) with a grade of "C" or better. The combined grade point average of all prerequisite courses must average 2.5 or higher. Admission is competitive and acceptance is not guaranteed. Applicants must have a minimum of a two-year associate degree with a minimum GPA of 2.5 or be a graduate of a two-year clinically-related accredited school in allied health (RN, RT, RDMS, Respiratory Therapy, etc.) with appropriate certification. The programs runs for 14 months beginning in June.
$7,500 for entire program
- BIOL-210 Human Anatomy and Physiology 1
- BIOL-211 Human Anatomy and Physiology 2
- MATH-128 College Algebra - or higher-level mathematics
- PHYS-101 Fundamentals of Physics 1
- CIS-101 Introduction to Computers and Computing
At the time of the admissions interview, you will need to successfully complete a computer competency test of basic word processing and an internet search for information.
- CHEM-105 Principles of General Chemistry 1
- HIT-111 Medical Terminology
- SPCH-101 Fundamentals of Public Speaking
- To improve potential for selection, Organic Chemistry and MATH-115, Introduction to Statistical Methods are recommended.
Your application must include the following:
- Two recommendations from a college science or math instructor and your present employer. These are to be completed on the forms provided on the Johns Hopkins' Web site with the application. Applicants who are certified in a health care specialty must request recommendations from the program director and their present employer.
- A statement of intent, in 200 words or less, stating why you are choosing a career in health care and outlining specific career goals in medical imaging.
- A documented shadow experience in a nuclear medicine facility is highly recommended.
- You are strongly encouraged to obtain volunteer and/or employment experience in a clinical health-related setting.
- Non-refundable application fee payment of $25.
The application, shadow day form, and recommendation forms are available on Johns Hopkins' Web site .