Application Process for School of Nuclear Medicine Technology
1. A Beaumont Schools of Allied Health Application Packet may be downloaded or requested from the program director at 248-898-4125.
2. Applications must be received by February 1 for the class beginning in September of that same year.
3. The following application materials must be compiled by the applicant, sent to the Program Director in one envelope packet and received by the application deadline.
- Completed Application
- A non-refundable application fee of $40. (check or money order in US funds payable to William Beamont Hospitals)
- If you are not a United States citizen, you must provide documentation of permanent residency status (Greencard) from the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services.
4. The following application materials must be sent directly to the Program Director from the college/university or reference.
- *Official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended
- If you are a graduate from a foreign university, or have taken any science courses at a foreign university, you must have your transcript evaluated in equivalent American courses, grades (overall and each course), AND credit hours by an acceptable agency.
- Two *official Letters of Recommendation on forms provided in the Application Packet (Letters from family members or friends are not acceptable.)
5. All qualifying applicants will be expected to obtain a minimum score of 80% on the mathematics examination given by the Nuclear Medicine Department during the last week in April or early May. The exam consists of 50 multiple-choice math problems. The applicant has one hour to complete the exam. Calculators are not allowed.
6. Once all application materials have been received, and the entrance exam passed, a personal on-site interview will be scheduled.
7. An Admission Committee is responsible for reviewing applications and selecting students. All qualified applicants are considered on the same basis.
8. If not accepted, interested applicants may re-appply for a subsequent year.
*Official documents must be sealed and either signed or stamped across the back flap by the school official or reference. Letters or transcripts that are not sealed or signed appropriately or appeared to be tampered with will not be accepted and the applicant will not be considered.
Beaumont's School of Nuclear Medicine Technology considers all applicants regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, weight, height, national origin, marital status or handicaps.