Academic Program : 15-month full time course including classroom instruction and clinical training. Graduates receive a certificate in Nuclear Medicine Technology and are eligible for National and State Board exams.

Hours: Monday through Friday -- Some rotations begin as early as 7:00 am and may extend through 4:30 pm. Classes are held on Tues and Thurs afternoons between 12:30 pm and 4:30 pm.

Curriculum: Class room study includes instruction in subjects like Radiation Physics, Instrumentation, Cross-Sectional Anatomy, Radiochemistry and Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine. Clinical Competencies include: Renograms, Biliary Scans, PET Scans, Cardiac Scans, Bone Scans, and many more.

Affiliate Hospitals: Current California affiliates are located in San Francisco, Stanford, San Jose, Fresno, Sacramento and Martinez, CA.

Equipment: Students work with the latest imaging systems and software, including hands-on training in PET/CT and SPECT/CT.

Board Exam Pass Rate? 100% on both the NMTCB and the ARRT for the last 5 years. Click HERE for details.

Job Outlook: The job market has slowed in recent years. However, a growth of 19% is expected over the next decade. Click HERE for more information on Job Outlook and Salary.