Department of Health Sciences

As demographic changes in American society combine with transformation in the healthcare industry, demand for qualified professionals in the field continues to grow. The Department of Health Sciences is working to meet this demand by providing a professional education to students seeking careers in nuclear medicine technology and in health services administration.

Students benefit from fully equipped laboratories and a curriculum delivered by professional faculty with a wide variety of experience in the field. Graduates become leaders of healthcare institutions throughout the region and beyond.

RMU SNEHS Programs degree availability
Academic Program - Undergraduate
Health Services Administration B.S. B.S. Available - On Campus Available - Online
Nuclear Medicine Technology B.S. B.S. Available - On Campus
Academic Program - Graduate
Health Services Administration M.S. M.S. Available - Online

Department Head

Wentling II, William
William Wentling II, DSc, MS, RT(R)(N), CNMT

Department Head, Health Sciences
Assistant Professor of Nuclear Medicine Technology
Specialties: Radiologic technology, nuclear medicine, radiopharmacy