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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
(in conjunction with UNM)
(no minor required)

Advisor: Hill

Requirements in Other Fields
CMPS 140 Introduction to Computer Science 3
CMPS 110 Computer Literacy - MacIntosh  
or CMPS 111 Computer Literacy - PC 3
COMM 110 Public Speaking 3
MATH 131 College Algebra 3
MVSC 213 First Aid 2

Two of the Lab Science courses listed in the core requirements will count for
General Education credits (and must be passed with a grade of C or higher).
54 credits of upper division courses are required (6 credits outside of major &
minor). At least 12 credit hours must come from Writing Intensive courses.

B.S. Requirements (6 credit hours)
MATH 321 Statistics 3
CMPS 260 Computer Applications 3

Medical Technology Core Requirements
Biology courses (8 credits will count for Gen’l Ed lab science):
BIOL 204/205 Majors II: Animal Form, Function and Diversity & lab 4
BIOL 254/256 Anatomy & Physiology I & lab 4
BIOL 255/257 Anatomy & Physiology II & lab 4
BIOL 310/312 Invertebrate Zoology & lab 4
BIOL 360/362 Cell Biology & lab 4
BIOL 371/373 Microbiology & lab 4
BIOL 486 Senior Project (Immunology) 2
  Total Biology credit hours 26

Chemistry courses:
CHEM 151/153 General Chemistry I & lab 4
CHEM 152/154 General Chemistry II & lab 4
CHEM 201/202 Analytical Chemistry & lab 4
CHEM 301 Instrumental Analysis 4
CHEM 351/353 Organic Chemistry I & lab 5
  Total Chemistry credit hours 21
  Total core credits for major 39
  (outside of General Education and BS hours)  

Clinical Study:
The student must submit a formal application for admission to UNM school of Medical
Technology, be admitted, and complete clinical study. Upon the student’s completion
of the year of study in the school of medical technology, the director of the school
will certify the student’s credits to the WNMU Registrar, thus enabling the student
to enter candidacy for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology. At
the same time the student is eligible to sit for National Certifying exams given by the
Board of Registry (ASCP) or the National Certifying Agency for Clinical Laboratory
Sciences (NCA).

Degree Plans

 
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