News Stories for the Week

01/12/2009

 

 

Galveston College admissions staff member Shirley Lockett assists Ball High student Carolina Lucio with registration for the 2009 spring semester.  Lucio will major in Emergency Medical Services training.

Continuing Education Legal Updates Continue

Galveston College’s Legal Update program offered in conjunction with the Galveston Bar Association will continue beginning Wednesday, January 21, 2009.  The new session will cover Real Estate Liens and Mechanics Liens.  All sessions are free to the public and are held from 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. in the Galveston College Cyber Café at the 4015 Avenue Q campus.  The second session of the year will be held on February 18th on the subject of Probate law.

Conversational Spanish

This course is designed to develop conversational skills in Spanish and will emphasize the active, practical use of Spanish through an interactive and personalized learning experience. Based on gradual acquisition of useful vocabulary and material related to everyday life, students will become familiar with the Spanish speaking world. The class is being offered from January 20th through March 12th from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. The cost of the course is $180 and a textbook is required. For more information call (409) 944-1344.

Galveston College Nuclear Medicine Technology Program Reaccredited

Galveston College’s Nuclear Medicine Technology program has been awarded continued accreditation for the next five years by the Joint Review Committee of Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine.

The accreditation process enables prospective students to identify college programs that meet the national standards established for nuclear medicine technology programs.  The process also provides assurance to employers that graduates of the program accredited by the Joint Review Committee have received quality in education based on national standards.

Galveston College is one of only six colleges in the State of Texas offering a degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology.  Major hospital systems across the state hire graduates of the program.

The programs total student capacity is fifteen and hospital affiliates include Clear Lake Regional Medical Center, Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center, Scott and White Memorial Hospital and the University of Texas Medical Branch.

Students enroll in the Galveston College Nuclear Medicine Technology program in the fall and must complete twenty-four months of study with laboratory experience to meet eligibility requirements to take the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board examination in the fall of the graduating year.  Upon completion of the two-year curriculum, graduates are awarded the Associate in Applied Science degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology.  Once graduates pass the N.M.T.C.B. examination, they are registered as a Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist.

Students can begin taking prerequisite courses in the 2009 spring semester and they can visit with program advisors concerning program requirements.

For information on the Nuclear Medicine Technology program call Administrative Coordinator Bobby Brown, at 409-944-1491.