Nuclear Medicine Technology
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Why choose Nuclear Medicine Technology?
- Enter a people-oriented field where you can combine health sciences & computer technology
- Work in a field where you will always learn, use & apply research discoveries
- Be able to work in a variety of clinical settings
Prepare for what you will do at work
- Prepare & administer radioactive drugs intravenously to find or treat diseases using specialized equipment—under direction of a physician
- Use sophisticated computer imaging systems to create advanced digital images of human anatomy
- Explain the imaging procedure & support nervous patients
- Follow safety protocols to protect patients & staff from unnecessary exposure to radiation
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Marketable skills you will learn
- Critical thinking
- Personal & social responsibility
- Computer literacy
Before you enroll, think about:
Texas Veterans Commission (TVC)-approved
You can use your Veterans Administration (VA) educational benefits to pay for this program.
Questions? See VetSuccess on Campus
Nuclear Medicine Technology is a selective admission program.
After being accepted to TCC, you must meet the selective admission requirements to be eligible to submit a separate application to our Nuclear Medicine Technology program.
Get the details on these pages:
- About Our Program
- Selective Admission
- How to Apply
- Performance Requirements
- Program Goals & Student Learning Outcomes
- Program Outcome Data
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Degrees & Certificates
Attend an Information Session
About the Session
Find out everything you need to know about our program: requirements, courses, costs, and more.
Attending an information session is an application requirement. You will submit your Certificate of Attendance with your application.
Until We Can Host In-Person Sessions
Review the presentation slides and contact us if you have any questions: Nuclear Medicine Technology Information Session (PDF)Listen
Health Care Professions Advising Resource Hub
Kimberlyn Moore-Debrossard, Career Advisor
Our Nuclear Medicine Technology A.A.S. Program at Tarrant County College is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology (JRCNMT).
Graduate Achievement Data
Graduate achievement data is an indicator of program effectiveness, demonstrating the extent to which a program achieves its goals. The current report on graduate achievement data, identified by program, is available on the JRCNMT website by selecting the following link: Graduate Achievement Report.
How Much Time & Money to Finish?
2022–2023 Academic Year
|Degree or Certificate||Program Title||Hours||Total Tuition & Fees|
|AAS||Nuclear Medicine Technology||60||$3,840|
- Tuition is based on in-state, in-county rates.
- Totals do not include textbooks and other materials.
Time commitments and fees vary depending on the course.
Earn More Choices & More Money
Transfer to a college or university to continue your studies. Earning a bachelor’s degree opens the door to career and promotion opportunities.
Start on Your Pathway!
Trinity River Campus East
Tonya Pigulski, MS, CNMT
Radiation Safety Officer
Trinity River Campus
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Fall & Spring Hours
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Monday–Thursday: 7:30 a.m.–6 p.m.
Updated January 20, 2023