Medical Technology (B.S.)

Students who wish to pursue a career and a second degree in Medical Technology may do so by entering a 15-month clinical laboratory program following graduation with a B.S. in Biology or a B.S. in Biology with a concentration in Microbiology. Entrance requirements include a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and a GPA of 2.5 in science and math courses. Required courses for acceptance to program include the following:

BCH-404Advanced Biochemistry4
BIO-330Pathogenic Microorganisms4
MET-301Clinical Laboratory Practicum I3
MET-302Clinical Laboratory Practicum II3
Total Credits31

Courses during the clinical internship for a B.S. in Medical Technology include the following:

MET-410Clinical Microbiology8
MET-420Clinical Chemistry8
MET-440Hematology and Coagulation6
MET-460Molecular Pathology2
MET-470Professional Topics2
MET-480Clinical Immunology2
Total Credits32

Upon completion of the clinical internship, the student receives a B.S. in Medical Technology and is eligible to sit for the American Society of Clinical Pathology national exam in order to become a registered Medical Technologist.