Christopher Hubbard, Nuclear Medicine Technology – Christopher graduated from FCC with an associate degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology. Having studied at FCC in the past, he returned when he was ready to make a career change in the medical field. FCC's program fit the goals he had in mind, and led to two job offers upon completion. He is currently employed at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore in the Nuclear Medicine department.
How long does it take to complete the program?
This is an accelerated program. Students must be full-time for 12 months.
What is the estimated average salary and future job outlook?
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the median pay for a nuclear medicine technologist is about $72,100. Job growth through 2024 is expected to be about two percent.
Learn more about our Nuclear Medicine program.