Applications for admission into the first-year cohort of the Nuclear Medicine Technology Concentration are no longer being accepted; however, transfer applications to the second-year cohort (graduation Spring ’19) are being accepted at this time. In order to transfer into this cohort, students should have completed the equivalent of two semesters (approximately 28 credits) of the Nuclear Medicine Technology curriculum. For more information contact Program Director Ken Allen,


Program graduates may acquire certification by sitting for an exam with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists or the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board. The Board of Radiologic Technology governs licensure requirements for the state of Vermont. Successful completion of one or both of the certification exams establishes eligibility for state licensure in Vermont or any other state.

Clinical Affiliates

* Students are assigned to one of these institutions for their internships.

Graduate Outcomes

Graduate outcomes are indicators of program effectiveness, demonstrating the extent to which a program achieves its goals. Programmatic graduate outcomes data reported on the JRCNMT website include: 5-year time period of current report; graduation rate; ARRT credentialing success; NMTCB credentialing success and job placement rate.

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The Nuclear Medicine Technology program at the University of Vermont has been re-accredited for the period November 2014 - November 2019 by the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology, 820 W. Danforth Rd. #B1, Edmond, OK, 73003; Phone: (405) 285-0546.

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  • Nuclear Medicine Technologist

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