The 12-month clinically-based internship curriculum provides students with a comprehensive body of knowledge and the necessary skills expected of a competent program graduate. The curriculum provides skills for a lifetime of continued learning, rewarding careers, and the ability to become leaders in the nuclear medicine community. Our curriculum includes:
Another aspect of the curriculum includes supervised clinical education, which offers a sufficient and well-balanced variety of nuclear medicine procedures, examinations and equipment. Various rotations include:
In order to be considered in good standing in the School of Nuclear Medicine, students must maintain a cumulative course grade average of at least a C/2.0 in all didactic and clinical courses
Students will be dismissed from the Nuclear Medicine Program for failure to maintain a final course grade of a C/2.0 or better in didactic and clinical course work
The program is scheduled for eight hours a day (first shift only), five days per week.
Students will be off six regular holidays per year. Those are: