Traditionally, Medical Technologists are employed in hospital laboratories where they perform a large number and variety of analyses that contribute to the diagnosis and management of human diseases and disorders. In performing their jobs, Medical Technologists rely on both manual and automated analyses, and must demonstrate the knowledge and skills appropriate to the following diagnostic disciplines:

•              chemistry

•              hematology

•              microbiology

•              blood banking

•              immunology

•              molecular

 The Faculty, in their concern for the health and safety of the general public, are committed to providing the high quality educational experiences that will provide students with a solid academic foundation and a set of skills translatable to a variety of laboratory settings. Graduates of the program are prepared for entry-level positions in hospital and physician office laboratories, industry, research laboratories, and other laboratory-oriented settings.

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