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What will I learn?

The mission of the Bellevue College nuclear medicine technology program is to develop competent and compassionate nuclear medicine technologists for the state of Washington and for the broader needs of the national and international medical community. We also seek to advance the profession of nuclear and molecular medicine by educating resourceful and adaptable individuals capable of leadership in a changing health care environment.

Learning Outcomes

Students graduating from the Bellevue College Nuclear Medicine Technology AA program should be able to the following:

Demonstrate professionalism in all aspects of nuclear medicine practice.

Provide patient care as appropriate to a variety of situations encountered in nuclear medicine, and in accordance with the scope of practice for nuclear medicine technologists.

Provide caring communications about exams and related information for patients and family members in such a way that patient cooperation is obtained, with consideration for cultural and age-related factors.

Perform nuclear medicine functions of all types, including diagnostic and therapy procedures, quality control, radio pharmacy, and radiation safety, using the appropriate equipment for each function.

Assess technical results of nuclear medicine functions and results, and determine appropriate actions in response.

Demonstrate critical thinking, problem-solving, and independent decision making as applied to nuclear medicine patients and procedures.

Which department am I in?

Institute of Health Sciences, Education and Wellness

Study options

Full Time (96 credit hours)

Tuition fees
US$10,207.00 per year
Application deadline

21 November 2022

Start date

3 January 2023

Venue

Institute of Health Sciences, Education and Wellness

3000 Landerholm Circle SE,

BELLEVUE,

Washington,

98007, United States

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Bellevue College Admits: Eligible applicants who are at least eighteen (18) years of age, or are a high school graduate, hold a GED or other equivalent high school credential.

For international students

Bellevue College Admits: Eligible applicants who are at least eighteen (18) years of age, or are a high school graduate, hold a GED or other equivalent high school credential.

Acceptable English proficiency test results:

An Internet-based TOEFL (IBT) score of 61 or a Paper-based TOEFL 500

An academic IELTS overall score of 6.0 with all sub-scores 5.5 or higher

DUOLINGO English Test: 95

A grade of “C” in English as a First Language on the IGCSE or O-level exams

An AP English Language or Literature/Comp score of 3 (Score of 3 places into English 101)

An IB English A exam with a minimum score of 4 (Score of 4 places into English 101)

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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