Current Saint Louis University students must:
- Complete their Bachelor of Science degree in magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine
technology or radiation therapy, preferably with coursework equivalent to the pre-physician
assistant or pre-medicine curricular tracks, before beginning the graduate molecular
imaging and therapeutics program.
- Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale.
- Earn a minimum grade of B in all discipline-specific courses.
- Pass the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist or Nuclear Medicine Technology
Certification Board registry exams in magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine
technology or radiation therapy for your initial bachelor of science degree within
six months of undergraduate graduation. Confirmation of certification and/or registration
will be required or you will not progress in the graduate program.
General applicants must:
- Be board certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology in another imaging/radiologic
science discipline, or be registered within six months of your undergraduate program
completion. Confirmation of certification and/or registration will be required.
- Possess a Bachelor of Science degree in an imaging/radiologic science discipline.
- Have taken the necessary pre-requisites (or appropriate equivalent) of the Master
of Science degree in molecular imaging and therapeutics.
- Take the Graduate Records Examination (GRE).
It is recommended that you have taken a statistics course in the last five years.
|Application form and fee
|Three letters of recommendation
|GRE G scores
|Professional licensure (if applicable)
|Professional goal statement
Requirements for International Students
Students should apply for the fall semester by Dec. 15, although if space permits,
applications will be considered until July 15.
Applications are reviewed by a committee of molecular imaging and therapeutics faculty