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Master of Science in

Radiologic Sciences

ONLINE CLASSES | IN-PERSON CLINICAL TRAINING HOURS

May 17 | August 16

Advanced Training For Nuclear Medicine Technologists

​University of Findlay’s Master of Science is Radiologic Sciences provides advanced training to nuclear medicine technologists seeking to become multi-modality technologists, radiology directors, administrators, researchers, and educators.

The program is comprised of 10 core courses and two elective courses. Other than the clinical training hours, all coursework takes place online, making it easy to fit into a busy schedule.

Students receive clinical training at one or more affiliate hospitals, receiving instruction, and participating in the performance of clinical PET, CT, and MR imaging. This includes patient care, administrative duties, radiopharmaceutical preparation, instrumentation quality control, and radiation safety. Students have the option to complete their clinical training at their place of employment.

​Our graduates are highly skilled, knowledgeable and empathetic professionals who provide quality patient care. Graduates who complete the program are eligible for national certification through the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) and American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).

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    $530/credit hour x 44 credit hours = $23,320 total tuition

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    Complete in 1 to 2 Years

    Take classes at your own pace.

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    Students complete at least 16 credit hours of clinical training.

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    Graduates are prepared to pass national board certification exams.

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Admission Requirements

  • Due to national board certification requirements in Positron Emission Tomography, student must be certified in nuclear medicine through the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) or the A​merican Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) prior to admittance into this program.

Example of Courses

MSRS 600 | Patient Care and Safety

MSRS 610 | Image Processing and Quality Analysis

MSRS 620 | PET/CT/MR Instrumentation

MSRS 630 | PET Procedures

MSRS 640 | CT Procedures

MSRS 650 | Pharmaceuticals and Radiopharmacy

Preparing You For an In-Demand Job Market

MRI Technologist

CT Technologist

Nuclear Medicine Technologist

PET Technologist

Radiology Manager

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