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Medical Technology

Degree

Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology

The Medical Technology program provides career opportunities in a variety of areas. Principally, the course of study prepares one to work as a Medical Technologist, in which the graduate would do tests in blood banking, chemistry, hematology, immunology and microbiology in a laboratory dedicated to providing health care. This might be in a hospital, a physician’s office, or a privately owned facility. Completion of the program could lead as well to careers with veterinary clinics, pharmaceutical companies, or food processors. In addition, the program qualifies students to take one of the national certification examinations and to advance to graduate level studies.

Graduates of the Medical Technology Program:

  1. Will be prepared to work as a Medical Technologist, in which the graduate would do tests in blood banking, chemistry, hematology, immunology and microbiology in a laboratory dedicated to providing health care.
  2. Qualify to take one of the national certification examinations.
  3. Have the requisite knowledge and laboratory experience in biology, chemistry and physics to enter a graduate program.

Special Feature

  • Senior year clinical experience at off-campus hospital site

For the 2015-16 academic year, Wesley College students are enrolled at Monmouth Medical Center (New Jersey) and New York Methodist Hospital (Brooklyn NY)

Medical technology schools differ in admission requirements, but all require a minimum grade point average of 2.5 to 2.8. The Wesley College Medical Technology Program has affiliation agreements with several hospital based medical technology programs in the Mid-Atlantic and Washington, D.C., region. This does not guarantee admission to any of them, nor does it preclude the student from applying to any other accredited program that he/she may wish to attend.

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