Admission RequirementsBachelor of Science in Nuclear Medicine Technology—Fast Track
Students with the appropriate amount of college credits and prerequisites may apply to the fast track program. Courses must have been completed at a regionally accredited college or university with a grade of C or better for transfer. Math and science courses taken more than ten years prior to the anticipated date of matriculation to MCPHS will not be accepted.
Students with a bachelor’s degree often consider applying to the Advanced Certificate in Nuclear Medicine Technology.
Prerequisites for Program:
For students with a bachelor’s degree:
Linked courses are available through the MCPHS School of Professional Studies.
- Anatomy & Physiology I (with lab)
- Anatomy & Physiology II (with lab)
- General Chemistry I with lab (4 credits)
- General Chemistry II with lab (4 credits)
- Physics I (Algebra-Based) (with lab)
- College Algebra or higher (3 credits)
- Expository Writing I (3 credits)
For students without a bachelor's degree, additional courses are required to meet the program's core requirements. You can find a list of these additional courses below.
Additional Courses Required For Students without a Prior Degree:
- Biology I (with lab)
- Biology II (with lab)
- Medical Microbiology
- Expository Writing II (3 credits)
- Introduction to Psychology (3 credits)
- American Culture, Identity, and Public Life (3 credits)
- Three Distribution Electives (one in Behavioral Science, one in Humanities, and one in Social Science)
All courses outside the professional curriculum must be met prior to starting the fall semester of the professional phase of the program. If students do not have these courses, they may transfer directly into the Accelerated Track.