The Mission of the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program at Miami Dade College is to provide a comprehensive, sequential curriculum in the nuclear medicine imaging services built on the foundation of the general education already acquired in order to develop a Nuclear Medicine Technologist, competent in knowledge, skills and behaviors, so that he/she will become an effective member of the health care team.
Miami Dade College has adopted the General Education Outcomes listed below. Upon completion of a program of study at the Medical Campus, graduates from Miami Dade College should emulate these outcomes.
Nuclear Medicine Technology Programs Goals
In addition, the program evaluates and produces an annual Program Learning Outcome Report and College Wide Student Learning Outcome Report using the Miami Dade College Learning Outcomes to ensure that the mission and the goals are appropriate.
Graduate achievement data is an indicator of program effectiveness, demonstrating the extent to which a program achieves its goals. The current report on graduate achievement data, identified by program, is available on the JRCNMT website. It may be reviewed at the following link: Graduate Achievement Report.
|Year of Program Entry||Year of Graduation||Number of Initially Enrolled||Number Graduated||Graduation Rate|
|Board Exam||Year||First-Time Examinees||Number that Passed Exam||Pass Rate|
ARRT 4-year pass rate=75%
NMTCB 4-year pass rate= 59%
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