Program Details

Career Program

Nuclear Medicine Technology - Arts and Sciences to Hopkins

Program Information:

Associate of Arts

Advisor: Paul Hunter • Phone: 410-386-8435 • Email:

This program is suggested for graduation with an Arts and Sciences degree and transfer to The Johns Hopkins Hospital Nuclear Medicine Technology program. Students must complete the courses marked with a + to qualify for admission. Admission is competitive and not guaranteed; an A.A. with a GPA of 2.500 is required in all prerequisite coursework. After transfer, the program is an 18-month, full-time, day program.

+ Required by Johns Hopkins Hospital with a minimum grade of C
# Recommended by Johns Hopkins Hospital

Johns Hopkins Hospital's Recommended Program Electives (any 29 elective credits required for graduation)
 + BIOL-210  Human Anatomy and Physiology 1  4 credits
 + BIOL-211  Human Anatomy and Physiology 2  4 credits
 + CHEM-105  Principles of General Chemistry 1  4 credits
 CHEM-106  Priniciples of General Chemistry 2  4 credits
 #CHEM -201  Organic Chemistry 1  4 credits
 + HIT-111  Medical Terminology  3 credits
 #MATH-115  Introduction to Statistical Methods  4 credits
 # PSYC-210  Human Development Through the Life-Span  3 credits
   Refer to ARTSYS and the receiving institution's
 catalog to select transferable courses 
General Education Requirements
 Arts and Humanities  3 credits
 Arts and Humanities 
(+SPCH-101, Fundamentals of Public Speaking)
 3 credits
 Biological and Physical Sciences 
 (#BIOL-101, Fundamentals of Biology 1)
 4 credits
 Biological and Physical Sciences 
 (+PHYS-101, Fundamentals of Physics 1)
 3 - 4 credits
 Emerging Issues  3 credits
 English Composition and Literature  6 credits
 (+MATH-123, Precalculus, Part 1, or higher)
 3 - 5 credits
 Social and Behavioral Sciences  3 credits
 Social and Behavioral Sciences 
 (+PSYC-101, General Psychology)
 3 credits
 Total Credits   60

Diversity/ World View requirement met (ENGL-102).

The Carroll diploma will specify the degree conferred (i.e. Associate of Arts). Students may take 29 credits from any subject to fulfill Carroll graduation requirements and work toward transfer-college course requirements. Arts and Sciences recommendation program titles (i.e. Nuclear Medicine Technology) will not appear on the Carroll transcript or diploma.

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