Medical Technology Curriculum

Students spend 40 hours per week in the clinical laboratory and are assigned to all areas of the lab during their course of study. Through clinical rotation courses and lecture courses, students receive training in both the theoretical and practical aspects of Clinical Chemistry, Microbiology, Hematology, Clinical Microscopy, Immunology, and Immunohematology (blood banking).

The list of courses may change without notification. Courses include:

  • Hematology I, II, & III
  • Routine Chemistry
  • Electrophoresis
  • Special Chemistry
  • Clinical Microscopy
  • Microbiology I & II
  • Blood Bank
  • Serology
  • Mycology and Parasitology
  • Laboratory Management/Education

Students perform actual laboratory tests using advanced instrumentation and techniques under the supervision of instructors licensed as medical technologists. Lecture courses are taught by St. Vincent's distinguished faculty of pathologists and clinical laboratory scientists.

Requirements For Graduation

To graduate from the program, a student is required to meet the entry-level competencies in each department of the clinical laboratory, complete all educational objectives and maintain a minimum grade of C in all subject areas.

Outcome Measures 

3 Year review of Outcomes (as of July 2012)

Graduation Rate:


BOC Exam Pass Rate:

97% (1st attempt)

Average BOC Score:


National Average BOC Score:


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