Nuclear medicine technologists use radioactive materials, administered into the body, to detect and treat various diseases and conditions. This exciting healthcare field is experiencing faster than average job growth as America’s population ages. Additionally, Washington state is one of the top paying states for this occupation!
Bellevue College offers numerous academic options designed to meet the needs of students at varying stages of the profession. We offer the only Associates level Nuclear Medicine program in Washington state, producing highly qualified and employable students since 1990. In that time, all students have passed a nuclear medicine certification exam, and the great majority are still working in nuclear medicine.
Current nuclear medicine professionals can also find a program to suit their needs at Bellevue College! We offer an Advanced Certification in Positron Emission Tomography (PET) for current nuclear medicine professionals looking to further their PET knowledge and experience in addition to several fully online Bachelor’s of Applied Science degrees designed to further advance your career. Whether students are seeking an advanced degree specifically in advanced technology or wanting to explore more healthcare management and IT related topics, Bellevue College has a program that meets your needs.
Nuclear medicine technology is a profession that is interesting on a day-to-day basis. Many technologists enjoy the work so much that they choose to be technologists for their entire career. Please complete the information request form for more information!
All prospective students are encouraged to review the Nuclear Medicine virtual information session to learn more about prerequisite courses, application process and other program details.
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