About the Medical Technology Program

Medical technicians are an integral part of the health-care system because they are the people responsible for getting test results out of the lab and into the hands of doctors. They use a broad range of techniques and equipment to analyze everything from blood to tissue samples. Through practice and experience these skilled professionals learn how to interpret test results, and even understand some of the physiological conditions that affect the test results. Most medical technology programs are 12 months long. The majority of this time is spent in laboratories working with actual specimens. Requirements beyond core classes include: BIOL 205 Human Anatomy, BIOL 206 Human Physiology, BIOL 308 Immunology, BIOL 322 Genetics, CHEM 208 Analytical Chemistry, and BIOL/CHEM 336 Biochemistry. Refer to the Medical Technology section of this catalog for more information.

Program curriculum:

CORE 101: Drury Seminar
BIOL 172: Molecular Biology
BIOL 181: Mechanisms of Inheritance
CHEM 208/L: Analytical Chemistry
CHEM 238/238L: Inorganic Chemistry
MATH 231: Calculus I
MATH 227: Statistics
PHYS 211: General Physics I
PHYS 212: General Physics II
CHEM 315/315L: Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 415/415L: Advanced Organic Chemistry
BIOL 322: Genetics
CHEM 336: Biochemistry
BIOL 205: Human Anatomy
BIOL 206: Human Physiology