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Medical Technology Major

Description

The major in medical technology enables a student to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology from The College at Brockport at the end of a four-year program, including three academic years here and a fourth calendar year at a school of medical technology approved by the College. During the first three years each student fulfills the General Education and major requirements. The fourth year at a school of medical technology includes both theoretical and practical work in a medical lab. The BS is awarded upon the satisfactory completion of the requirements of both institutions. Upon completion of the internship, the student is eligible to take the National Registry Examination, which the student must pass to be certified as a Registered Medical Technologist.

Admission to the Program

To enter this program, students declare a major in medical technology in the freshman year, to assure proper advisement. Majors are declared with the department secretary, Room 103, Lennon Hall. A formal application to the School of Medical Technology is made by the middle of the fall semester of the junior year. Based on the academic record for the freshman and sophomore years, and mid-semester grades of the fall semester of the junior year, as well as an interview, the decision is made as to which applicants will be formally admitted into the clinical year. This decision is competitive and made by the School of Medical Technology. Any students not accepted to the clinical year have the option of completing a major in biology.

Program Requirements

Students in the medical technology major pursue a Bachelor of Science degree, and must complete its requirements.

A minimum of 90 credits (including General Education requirements) must be completed at Brockport during the first three years of the program. BIO 481 Medical Technology I (15 credits) and BIO 482 Medical Technology II (15 credits) are taken in the clinical year at an approved school of medical technology. These courses cover topics such as phlebotomy, microbiology, parasitology, transfusion medicine, hematology and coagulation, urinalysis, and anatomic pathology.

Biology Requirements (61 credits)

  • BIO 201 Biology
  • BIO 202 Biology II
  • BIO 301 Cell Biology
  • BIO 302 Genetics
  • BIO 321 Anatomy and Physiology I
  • BIO 322 Anatomy and Physiology II
  • BIO 414 Immunology
  • BIO 481 Medical Technology Internship I
  • BIO 482 Medical Technology Internship II

Chemistry Requirements (16 credits)

  • CHM 205 General Chemistry I
  • CHM 206 General Chemistry II
  • CHM 305 Organic Chemistry I

Physics Requirements (8 credits)

ONE of the following two-course sequences is required:

  • Option 1
    • PHS 205
    • PHS 210
  • Option 2
    • PHS 235
    • PHS 240

Mathematics Requirement (3-4 credits)

ONE of the following courses:

  • MTH 201 Calculus
  • MTH 221 Business Calculus
  • MTH 243 Elementary Statistics

Recommended Course

  • BUS 365 Principles of Management

Department of Biology

Department Chair: Rey Antonio Sia
Location: Lennon 103
Visit Website
Email: biodept@brockport.edu
Phone: (585) 395-2193
Fax: (585) 395-2741

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Faculty & Staff

Maria Cecilia Barone Ph.D
(University of Rome)
Adjunct Lecturer

William Bigham BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Teaching Assistant

Laurie B Cook Ph.D
(University Of Rochester)
Associate Professor

Lori L Cornell
Secretary 1

Amanda L Courtney BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Teaching Assistant

Huey K Hing Ph.D
(Yale University)
Associate Professor

Colin King BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Teaching Assistant

Caitlyne J Kocik BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Teaching Assistant

Craig R Lending Ph.D
(University Of Wisconsin-Madison)
Associate Professor

Kanchana N Mendes Ph.D
(Oklahoma State University-Main Campus)
Lecturer/ Lab Instructor

Dawn Newman BS
(Florida Institute Of Technology-Melbourne)
Senr Lab Tech

Bernardo Ortega Ph.D
(University of Sheffield)
Assistant Professor

Michel Pelletier Ph.D
(Universite Laval)
Assistant Professor

Christopher Prevost BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Teaching Assistant

Noah Reger BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Teaching Assistant

Adam J Rich Ph.D
(SUNY At Stony Brook)
Associate Professor

Theodore B Ryan BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Teaching Assistant

Ian Shannon BS
(SUNY College At Brockport)
Teaching Assistant

Rongkun Shen Ph.D
(Oregon State University)
Assistant Professor

Rey Antonio L Sia Ph.D
(Columbia University)
Associate Professor + Chair

Stuart I Tsubota Ph.D
(University Of California-Berkeley)
Professor