Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences with a Major in Nuclear Medicine Technology
Nuclear Medicine Technologists work closely with the imaging physician to diagnose and treat disease. Nuclear medicine technology combines chemistry, physics, mathematics, computer technology, and medicine in diagnostic imaging using small amounts of radioactivity.
Though there are many diagnostic techniques currently available, nuclear medicine uniquely provides information about both the structure and function of virtually every major organ system within the body. It is this ability to characterize which separates nuclear medicine from other imaging modalities, such as x-ray. Nuclear Medicine procedures are safe; they involve little or no patient discomfort and do not require the use of anesthesia.
Fall Entry: May 15
NOTE: Prerequisite liberal arts (core) courses do not have to be complete before applying to the program. These courses must be complete before the program begins in the fall.
NOTE: All required application materials and documents must be received in order for an application to be considered complete and before an admission decision can be made. Applications and supporting materials received after the program deadline will only be considered on a space-available basis.
NOTE: Early submission of all application materials is strongly advised.
CAMPUS AND PROGRAM DELIVERY
Program Delivery: Traditional/On-Campus, Online
REQUIREMENTS & RECOMMENDATIONS
Completed Online Application
Application Fee: $50
GPA: Minimum GPA requirement is a cumulative 2.5 on a 4.0 scale and math/science GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.
Official Transcripts: Official transcripts are required from all universities and colleges ever attended. Only in the case of transcripts from international colleges/universities will an official course-by-course transcript evaluation be accepted in lieu of an official transcript. Official transcripts should be sent to GRU's Office of Academic Admissions. To remain official, all transcripts must remain in the original, unopened, sealed and stamped/signed envelope from the Registrar's office of the issuing institution. Alternatively, GRU will accept official electronic transcripts from the registrar's office at your prior institution. Electronic transcripts should be directed to email@example.com.
Transcript/Credential Evaluation of Foreign Transcripts: An official, professional course-by-course evaluation based on official transcripts and documents is required for all foreign educational transcripts and documents from one of the following three credentials evaluation services: Josef Silny & Associates, Inc., World Education Services (WES), Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. (ECE). Silny and WES are recommended. Official transcript evaluations based on unofficial transcripts, documents or copies will not fulfill this requirement. http://gru.edu/admissions/international.php
References: Recommendations from two individuals are required. References should be individuals (usually college professors) qualified to assess your prior academic, employment, artistic, research and/or clinical experience and qualifications (as applicable) as well as the applicant’s potential, as an undergraduate student in the field/program selected.
Undergraduate reference forms and letters must be submitted online only. Applicants list names and provide contact information for two individuals as references during the on line application process. Once the application is received by our office, each reference will receive an email directing them to complete the online reference form. The completed reference form will then be forwarded to the Office of Academic Admissions via the online application system, XAP.
Please note: Reference forms will be sent electronically to your selected individuals once your application has been received by the school (usually the following business day). Please be sure to allow enough time for reference forms to be sent AND returned. Applications submitted the last week of the application deadline may not allow enough time for this process.
- TOEFL Exam Scores: Official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) test scores are required for
applicants whose first language is not English.
- Minimum score: 550 paper-based, 213 computer-based or 79 internet-based.
- The institution code for submission of TOEFL scores to GRU is 5406. Please do not select a department code.
- Exemption from the TOEFL requirement is allowed for undergraduate students who:
- Complete courses equivalent to English Composition I and II at a regionally accredited U.S. college or university and earn at least a 2.5 grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) on the two courses, with neither grade below a "C"
- Submit a score of at least 430 on the Verbal portion of the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT-I)
- Take and pass both the Reading and Essay portions of the University System of Georgia’s Regents Exam
- Submit proof of earning a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited U.S. college or university at which English is the language of instruction
Proof of Lawful Presence: In accordance with Board of Regents Policy 4.1.6, all applicants for admission to Georgia Regents University are required to provide validation of lawful presence in the United States. Acceptance to the Georgia Regents University is conditional until lawful presence is verified. ALL applicants who are U.S. Citizens must submit documentation that verifies his/her lawful presence in the United States at time of application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: While every effort is made to maintain this information as current, it may be subject to change. Please check with GRU's Office of Academic Admission for recent updates.
NOTE: Exceptions and/or waivers of minimum requirements must first be supported and approved at the program level and then formally approved by the Dean of The Graduate School.
NOTE: Applications deferred to another semester are subject to all admission requirements and program requirements in effect for the semester to which they are deferred.
Completion of the following prerequisite course requirements: PREREQUISITES
Personal Interview: Interviews by invitation only. Applicants will be selected for an interview based on an initial review of submitted application materials. Selected applicants will be notified directly by the department.
Wellness Requirement: All undergraduate transfer students, regardless of major, with less than 60 hours of transfer credit by the start of the program will be required to take WELL 1000: Wellness and two (2) activity courses. If a transfer student believes she/he has taken comparable coursework elsewhere and transfer credit is not awarded, the applicant may petition the Chair of the Department of Kinesiology to review and award potential credit. All undergraduate transfer students, regardless of major, with more than 60 hours of transfer credit are exempt from WELL 1000: Wellness and two (2) activity courses.
CPR and First Aid: You must have current CPR and First Aid certification cards before the start of the program. We do not accept certifications from online courses.
NOTE: We require that all students have BOTH of the following certifications from the American Heart Association:
- CPR - BLS for Healthcare Providers
- Heartsaver First Aid
NOTE: We will only accept the certifications listed above from the American Heart Association
If you would like information on the program listed above, please visit the College of Allied Health Sciences website at www.gru.edu/alliedhealth.
Applications and references are submitted via the GACollege411's online systems. Completed applications will be transferred from GACollege411's systems to GRU’s Office of Academic Admissions (OAA) for processing into the GRU electronic applicant database system. Programs will have access to applicant’s files and documents only after OAA has officially processed them into the GRU electronic applicant database system.
Application materials and documents (e.g. transcripts, references,transcript evaluations, etc) are submitted directly to and processed through GRU’s OAA:
Georgia Regents University
The Office of Academic Admissions
1120 15th Street, Benet House
Augusta, GA 30912
Applicants can monitor OAA’s receipt and processing of their application and application documents into the GRU system using the online status check. Application decisions will not be made until all official documents have been received and processed into the GRU’s electronic applicant database system by GRU’s OAA.
The program/academic college for which you are applying will review your application and supporting documents. Interviews will be scheduled and considered, as applicable to individual programs. Taken together, the whole of your application should demonstrate substantial preparation for study in the field for which you are seeking admittance.
Upon evaluation the program/academic college will determine an official decision for your admittance. Official notice of your admission can only come via notification from GRU’s Office of Academic Admission.
Upon acceptance, please submit your Admissions Acceptance Contract and official final transcripts, if necessary to the address below or electronically to email@example.com.
Georgia Regents University
The Office of Academic Admissions
1120 15th Street, Benet House
Augusta, Georgia 30912