AS Nuclear Medicine Program
August 2019 Application Criteria:
Minimum GPA of 2.5 in the courses below and Overall GPA of 2.5.
Completion in the following courses BSC 2085, BSC 2085L, BSC 2086, BSC 2086L, CHM 1032, CHM 1032L, PHY 1001, ENC 1101, and MAC 1105 or higher.
- Prior to admission, each student is required to successfully complete a drug screening. Please be advised that certain over-the-counter supplements and alternative medicinal products, including but not limited to CBD, THC, Cannabinoid, and Cannabinoid Oil may trigger a positive result, and consequently, the student will not be able to be admitted to the Health Science program. A second drug tested sample is not allowed per Broward College Admissions Procedure A6Hx2-5.01. The links are provided below.
Application Period: January 14th - June 28th
Admission Selection Criteria:
Selection for admission is based on points being awarded for the number of courses successfully completed (C or S grade) toward the AS Degree in Nuclear Medicine (exclusive of the courses & pre-health science core requirements). One point will be awarded for each course successfully completed regardless of the number of credits as follows:
1 point - Humanities/Fine Arts Elective
1 point - Social/Behavioral Science Elective
Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) students who meet all criteria will be awarded
one (1) additional point.
5 points – Military Service
Based on the strength of the pool, tie-breaker points will be awarded for the overall GPA in courses completed toward the degree at BC or courses that are transferred in as equivalent.
2 points - 4.0 – 3.2 GPA
1 point - 3.2 – 2.5 GPA
enrollment limitations, meeting minimum requirements does not guarantee
admission. If you are not offered admission, you will need to reapply during
the next appropriate application acceptance period.
For the August 2017 Nuclear Medicine Program, students who were admitted had 6 points and GPAs of 2.5 to 4.0
Students MAY APPLY to the program while enrolled in pre-requisite courses as long as all courses are successfully completed by the end of the summer semester.