Our campus features a classroom and laboratory department consisting of 6 major departments. The MT courses are 30 credits total for the year.
Lecture and supervised laboratory instruction in pathogenic bacteria, fungi, parasites, viruses, and antimicrobial testing, with emphasis on clinical decisions and medical significance. Correlate microbiology results with disease states and conditions in order to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. Understanding of the test principles and equipment used in the department.Apply Now
Lecture & supervised laboratory instruction in biochemistry methodology & clinical microscopy, with emphasis on clinical decisions & medical significance. Understanding of the test principles & equipment used in the department. Includes quality control, computer applications, instrumentation, quality assurance & safety regulations.Apply Now
Lecture and supervised laboratory instruction in routine and special hematology studies, correlating hematological findings with medical significance. Systematized study of disease, cell maturation & function, and principles of hemostasis. Includes QC, computer applications, instrumentation, QA/improvement, safety & governmental regulations.Apply Now
Lectures on immunologic (antigen‐antibody) responses, serological methodology and theory of immunohematology as applied to blood groups, types, compatibility testing, and blood components. Supervised laboratory instruction in immunology and immunohematology methodology, with emphasis on clinical decisions and medical significance.Apply Now
Lectures on principles & practices of the medical laboratory, including management education, medical terminology, performance improvement, education methodology, laboratory information systems, safety & governmental regulations, & research design/special projects. Includes phlebotomy and histology skills.Apply Now