Nuclear Medicine Technology
Cancer, cardiovascular disease or neurological disorders are just some of the diseases you’ll help diagnose and treat. With the help of our expert faculty, learn how you’ll get to assist nuclear physicians to use radioactive isotopes and special sensitive instrumentation.
Get highly-specialized training in procedures and equipment used to perform body function studies, imaging procedures, and laboratory tests in a clinical setting. Whether you are administering radioactive compounds, conducting laboratory testing or ensuring radiation safety, we give you the technical expertise necessary to flourish in this exciting field.
In the nuclear medicine technology program, you’ll spend three years at York College followed by one year in a clinical program. Upon successful completion of the required courses at the College and clinical program, students are eligible to sit for a national registry examination to become a Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist (CNMT).