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2013-2014 Undergradate & Graduate Bulletin 
2013-2014 Undergradate & Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED PUBLICATION]

Medical Technology

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The medical technology curriculum consists of three years (approximately 100 hours) of pre-professional courses at the University plus, upon competitive acceptance, one year (12 months) of professional course work and clinical  experience in an accredited medical technology program. Upon acceptance into and successful completion of the professional year, the University confers a baccalaureate degree and the student is eligible to take the national American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) board exam. A student choosing not to apply to the professional program or who is not admitted to the program may complete a biology major for the baccalaureate degree. The University has an affiliation with Good Samaritan Hospital, Vincennes, Indiana, and Owensboro Mercy Health System, Owensboro, Kentucky.

Students who have completed a baccalaureate degree and premedical technology prerequisites can apply to any accredited medical technology program in the country. There are approximately five in Indiana.

Additional Requirements

Plus approximately 32 hours of accredited medical technology courses. Students must complete the University Core Curriculum requirements for graduation.

Elective Courses

Sufficient courses to meet requirements for graduation.

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