The Nuclear Medicine Technology (NMED) program offers undergraduates an opportunity to earn a Bachelors of Science degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology. The ODU NMED program has graduated nearly 300 students since it's inception in 1987. The program leads to a Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Medicine Technology (BSNMT) and can accept 12 students annually. The NMED program includes a variety of on and off-campus courses and approximately 1300 hours of clinical experiences.
Process to Declare a Clinical Program
This is a clinical program with limited spaces. It requires a secondary application for admission. Admission to this major is selective and competitive. Students are Intended Majors unless admitted by the program via the secondary application process. Make sure to review the admissions criteria for your intended major before applying. These programs are lock-step and admit students once per year. Most clinical programs start in the fall.