Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography Certificate

A certificate of completion in PET/CT consists of successfully completed post-secondary prerequisites (grade of "C" or better) in college algebra, English composition, general chemistry with lab, general physics with lab (must be a general physics course, radiologic physics will not satisfy this prerequisite), human anatomy, human physiology, humanities, medical terminology, social science, and speech/oral communication.

Certificate Requirements

Required courses include

NMED 406Molecular Imaging Mathematics

3

NMED 416Molecular Imaging Physics

2

NMED 425Molecular Imaging Radiobiology

1

NMED 435Molecular Imaging Radiation Protection

2

NMED 445Molecular Non-Imaging Procedures

3

NMED 455Molecular Imaging Procedures

5

NMED 462Radionuclide Therapies

1

NMED 465Radiochemistry and Radiopharmaceuticals

3

NMED 472Molecular Imaging Instrumentation

3

NMED 475Molecular Imaging Spect

1

NMED 477Molecular Imaging Pet

1

NMED 485Clinical Nuclear Medicine I

12

NMED 486Clinical Nuclear Medicine II

12

NMED 487Molecular Imaging Capstone

1

PECT 410PET/CT Patient Care

1

PECT 415PET/CT Radiation Protection

3

PECT 420PET/CT Computers

1

PECT 425PET/CT Image Quality Analysis

3

PECT 430PET/CT Instrumentation

3

PECT 435PET/CT Processing

2

PECT 440PET/CT Cross Sectional Anatomy

2

PECT 445PET/CT Radiopharmacy

2

PECT 450PET/CT Procedures I

3

PECT 455PET/CT Procedures II

3

PECT 460PET/CT Pharmaceuticals

2

PECT 475Clinical PET/CT I

12

PECT 476Clinical PET/CT II

12

PECT 477PET/CT Capstone

1

NMED courses may be satisfied with equivalent courses

 

This certificate may be applied towards an associate or baccalaureate degree.