- Nuclear Medicine Technology
Nuclear Medicine Technology Program
These are the minimum quantitative program outcomes required by the Standards. Programs are asked to include all additional qualitative outcomes data collected by the program or institution in the self-study or report they are preparing.
|Year of Graduation||# of Graduates||Employed Within 6 Months of Graduation For Those Seeking Employment From Responding Students*
||Continuing Formal Education**||
Guidelines and Explanation of terms:
- *Employed refers to working as a nuclear medicine technologist. Please contact the department for specific information on part-time and full-time employment status at (314) 977 - 8526.
- **Continuing Format Education refers to graduates who do not work in nuclear medicine, but continue in a formal educational program after graduation, such as medical school or physician assistant education. This category does not refer to graduates completing continuing education activities to maintain certification/ licensure as a nuclear medicine technologist.
- Graduates are only counted in one column.
Certification Exam Scores and Pass Rates
(Graduates Pursuing Certification in Nuclear Medicine Technology)
|# First-time Examinees||12||8||12
|# Repeat Examinees||0||0
Average Class Rankings
Below is how SLU's overall ranking for each class based on national averages.
|Top 7%||Top 26%||Top 18%||Top 13%||Top 21%|
Student Graduation Rate
For the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program, the graduation rate is defined as the percentage of students who began the program and completed the professional phase of the program. The data for the past seven graduating NMT classes is provided below:
|Year of Program Entry||# Initially Enrolled||# Graduated||Graduation Rate (%)|
|Average Graduation Rate||96.6%|