Junior Year Courses
|Summer Session II||Course||Credits|
|Introduction to Radiography||RADI-R 110||3.0|
|Patient Care I||RADI-R 112||3.0|
|Projects in Nuclear Medicine Technology I||RADI-R 410||1.0|
|Physics and Instrumentation of Nuc Med I with Lab||RADI-R 412||3.0|
|Applications of Radionuclides I||RADI-R 432||3.0|
|Radiation Protection in Nuclear Medicine||RADI-R 437||1.0|
|Clinical Nuclear Medicine I||RADI-R 443||4.0|
|Projects in Nuclear Medicine Technology II||RADI-R 411||1.0|
|Physics and Instrumentation of Nuc Med II with Lab||RADI-R 417||3.0|
|Nuclear Medicine In-Service I||RADI-R 423||1.0|
|Essential Radiology I (PET/CT)||RADI-R 438||1.0|
|Clinical Nuclear Medicine II||RADI-R 444||6.0|
|Summer Session I & II||Course||Credits|
|Radiopharmaceuticals 12 wks SS I & II||RADI-R 427||2.0|
|Patient Care II 12 wks/SS I & II||RADI-R 212||1.0|
|Projects in Nuclear Medicine Technology III 12 wks SS I & II||RADI-R 413||1.0|
|Clinical Nuclear Medicine III12 wks SS I & II||RADI-R 445||5.0|
|Sectional Imaging Anatomy||RADI-R 404||3.0|
|Projects in Nuclear Medicine Technology IV||RADI-R 420||1.0|
|Applications of Radionuclides II||RADI-R 433||2.0|
|Clinical Nuclear Medicine IV||RADI-R 446||6.0|
|CT Principles and Procedures I||RADI-R 466||2.0|
|Projects in Nuclear Medicine Technology V||RADI-R 421||1.0|
|Nuclear Medicine In-Service II||RADI-R 424||2.0|
|Nuclear Medicine Management||RADI-R 441||1.0|
|Clinical Nuclear Medicine V||RADI-R 447||6.0|
|CT Principles and Procedures II||RADI-R 467||2.0|
Study Abroad Elective
In the spring semester, all Nuclear Medicine Technology students at IU School of Medicine are eligible to apply to take the study abroad elective: RADI-R 499 Global Experiences in Nuclear Medicine.
In this one-credit-hour course, students journey to an international location to explore the ways in which nuclear medicine and molecular imaging are performed. Radiopharmaceuticals, procedures and technology not used or performed in the United States are the focus of this course. Students have opportunities to visit hospitals and clinics in other countries and experience how nuclear medicine is performed.
Elective participants also gain an understanding of how health care in the host country works compared to the United States. Guest lecturers from the visited country present on various topics, including nuclear medicine procedures, patient care and healthcare policies. Each spring a different location is chosen for a unique experience. This course is eligible for repeat credit, so students may take this course during both their junior and senior years.
Program faculty recommend graduating students with superior academic performance for degrees awarded with distinction according to the university’s policy. Also, students with outstanding academic and clinical achievement during their professional program may be recognized by the program at the time of graduation.
To qualify for graduation, Nuclear Medicine Technology students must complete 120 credit hours of coursework, including 55 credit hours of prerequisites and general-education courses and 65 credit hours of professional courses. All course work must be completed in compliance with the program’s and school’s academic and professional policies.