Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (MCPHS) University—Boston and Stonehill College have arranged for the assured admission of up to four qualified Stonehill students to the Advanced Certificate in Nuclear Medicine Technology (NMT) Program. The program is designed for those with bachelor’s degrees in any field and provides training on how to safely and compassionately administer radioactive drugs to patients, and how to obtain rapid-succession images of where the radiopharmaceuticals concentrate in the body so that medical teams have the insight that is essential to diagnosing patients.


  • Assured admission (contingent upon a satisfactory pre-admission interview)
  • Complete the program in 12 months


  • Anticipated completion of Bachelor’s degree from Stonehill by May of the senior year
  • Overall GPA of 2.70
  • Completion of the below listed prerequisite coursework, with no grade below ‘C’
  • Students for whom English is a second language must earn minimum or higher TOEFL (213 computer-based/79 internet-based) or IELTS (minimum score: 6.5) scores
  • Submission of all application materials by the MCPHS deadlines on the MCPHS website


  • BIO 203 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
  • BIO 204 Human Anatomy & Physiology II
  • CHM 113 General Chemistry I
  • CHM 221 Organic Chemistry I OR CHM 232 General Chemistry II
  • PHY 101 Basic Physics I OR PHY 121 Physics I
  • *MTH 145 or MTH 207 or MTH 217 or MTH 225 or EDU 301 or PSY 262 or ECO 241 (*All courses listed fulfill the Statistics course requirement at MCPHS)

Application Process

  • Notify the Stonehill contact listed below prior to submitting the online application by March 1 (the earlier, the better though because it is rolling admission)
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation
  • Official Transcripts

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