Nuclear Medicine Technologists prepare, administer and measure radioactive materials to perform body function studies, generate organ imaging, analyze biological specimens and treat disease. They also utilize computers to acquire, store and analyze data and assure that records, including images, procedures and doses are complete and accurate.

Background checks and drug screenings are required for this program. For more information please see Additional Program Requirements.

View Nuclear Medicine Technology Curriculum

View the Nuclear Medicine Program Outcome Information to find job placement rates and possible salary rates for Nuclear Medicine graduates. Also see how Southeast Tech graduates rank in the nation with passing their boards compared to other Nuclear Medicine programs.


Meet Our Instructors

Brett Peterson; CNMT; AAS, Southeast Tech


Doug Warner; MEd, South Dakota State University; BS, Bellevue University; CNMT, AAS, Southeast Tech