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If you have the desire to help physicians detect, diagnose and treat diseases, a major in medical technology is what you should pursue. Medical technologists work with state-of the art analyzers, complex computers, microscopes and precision instruments as they determine the cause and severity of diseases.
Medical Technology at STAC
Students study a similar curriculum to Biology majors with the exception of their senior year. Full-time clinical education is completed at an AMA approved school of medical technology during the senior year. St. Thomas Aquinas College is formally affiliated with the School of Medical Technology of the Valley Hospital, Ridgewood, NJ, which annually admits six students. Students must apply individually for the year of clinical education. All schools of medical technology selectively admit qualified students on an individual basis
Medical Technology majors may find careers in hospitals and medical centers, biological research, pharmaceutical companies, government and crime labs. They are hired by accreditation offices, environmental labs, as well as in veterinary labs. For more information about what you can do with this major, visit our Career Services website
Dr. John J. Rosko, Associate Professor of Biology
Dr. Clara Toth, Professor of Biology
Dr. Ryan Wynne, Assistant Professor of Biology