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2023 Nuclear Medical Technology Rankings

There are about 2,838 students enrolled in Nuclear Medical Technology in the USA.




A degree in Nuclear Medical Technology is a valuable choice and usually a requisite first step for scholars hoping to enter a career as a hazard reduction specialist, a radiation oncologist, or a radiation technician. In fact, nuclear medical technology is a ​unique major ranking as the 319th most popular major. Last year, there were 308 nuclear medical technology diplomas received. In-state tuition for nuclear medical technology at private institutions is, on average, 2.9 times more spendy than their public counterparts.

With only 46 colleges offering nuclear medical technology there might be a smaller selection of institutions which will have a degree program for you. If you're looking to surround yourself with other nuclear medical technology undergrads, consider looking at colleges in Pennsylvania which have the most undergraduates admitted to nuclear medical technology annually. Zooming out, the top region to study nuclear medical technology is in the Great Lakes region with Ferris State University, The University of Findlay, and University of Wisconsin-La Crosse best representing the region. Interestingly, our selection for the top conference to study nuclear medical technology is the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Ath Conference with University of Wisconsin-La Crosse representing the conference. Based on our extensive list on the best colleges, our belief is that the best school for nuclear medical technology is Loma Linda University.

The 'best' school does not mean it is the best school for every student. There might be tons of factors to weigh when selecting college. Features such as campus amenities, transportation services, and food might affect one's inclinations of where to go to college. Here at Authority, we've evaluated the pros and cons for you. If, for example, you want to know which nuclear medical technology university has the best college campus, the answer is University at Buffalo. If you are very interested in which university has the best campus, then we have a whole list dedicated to that. We have carefully pored through government databases, professor reviews, student reviews, and more so we can compare every major in an unbiased and informative way. You can find our comprehensive list for the colleges with the best student life&nbsphere and our choice of the university with the best student life for nuclear medical technology is Saint Louis University. Are you curious why? Continue scrolling to learn more about our top recommendations. Many of our picks will probably shock you.

If price is a significant deciding factor in your choice of where you attend college, you might be cautious about Saint Louis University. Saint Louis University&nbspappears to be the most expensive university for nuclear medical technology, at least for out of state enrollment. We do have a page for the most expensive&nbspschools that could put the expense of Saint Louis University&nbspinto perspective. You may also want to know that nuclear medical technology is the 285th most expensive program in the nation, with an average associated cost of $25,300. On a broader scale, the most expensive state for nuclear medical technology in the nation is Missouri demonstrated by a tuition of $44,700 at the main school in Missouri Saint Louis University. Even more broadly, the most expensive region for nuclear medical technology is unfortunately unavailable due to missing data.

Our cheapest region for nuclear medical technology is the Rocky Mountains region which is represented by Weber State University with a cost of $14,973. More optimistically, the most affordable university for nuclear medical technology is Baptist Memorial College of Health Sciences.'s full list of the most affordable schools can be explored here.

In-state attendees can expect to pay in the neighborhood of $10,200 for a degree in nuclear medical technology. The cost grows substantially to an average of $24,300 for the out-of-state public-school student. On that note, our pick for the university with the best value for nuclear medical technology: Loma Linda University. On this page you will find our comprehensive list of the universities we see as being the best value&nbspin general. With that said, this list is based on being an out-of-state student. A discussion of value changes when it comes to in-state tuition, but we do not know where you live (and are not trying to collect that kind of data).

Earnings for nuclear medical technology majors differ a lot, but two-years after finishing the degree graduates will typically earn around $56,000. There is much variation in pay; top earners can rake in up to $91,700. Even right out of school, the minimum earning jobs within the nuclear medical technology space earn $32,900, which could be worse. The top earning graduates for nuclear medical technology come from Loma Linda University&nbspand if you want to find the schools with all of the highest earning graduates, we have that too.

The overall diversity of nuclear medical technology ranks subpar, ranking in the 29th percentile of all programs. The school with the most composite diversity for nuclear medical technology is Loma Linda University&nbspand here you can find our comprehensive list of the colleges which have the most diversity. The overall financial diversity of the Nuclear Medical Technology major sits only in the 96th percentile of all majors. Racial diversity is even lower in the 30th percentile. White collegians make up the largest share at 69% of students majoring in nuclear medical technology. Additionally, 66% of students pursuing a nuclear medical technology major are women.

The median score for nuclear medical technology professors is 4 stars, a ranking which is actually the median across every major; which is a fine. If you are looking for the most popular nuclear medical technology instructor nationally, look no further than Francisco Brenes at Miami Dade College. It may come as a surprise, but the best ranked instructors for nuclear medical technology according to students are found at Molloy College. If we including data other than simply rankings it becomes clear that the school with the overall best professors for nuclear medical technology is Robert Morris University. You can find an explanation of our evolving ranking methodology for the best overall professors here, along with many of the finest professors in the country.

Finally, the hardest college to get into for nuclear medical technology is AdventHealth University. While we are unsure why you would be interested, we do have a detailed list for the hardest colleges to get into. That being said, we do hope you understand that approaching the higher education world from context only built on superlatives might create problems. We encourage you to look at some of our more focused pages on different universities and read a few of our helpful background pages on important details to look for as your school search continues.

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