Bachelor of Science in
The medical technology major provides students an opportunity to study basic sciences at ORU for three years and then spend one year training with professionals in the St. Francis Hospital School of Medical Technology. Along with the required minor in biochemistry, the medical technology major prepare students to pursue professional careers in medical technology right after completing their bachelor’s degree.
What can I do with a degree from ORU in Mathematics?
- Medical Laboratory Technician
- Medical Technologist
- Clinical Chemist
- Clinical Statistician
What are some of the core experiences of this program?
- Microbiology Lecture/Lab
- Principles of Immunology Lecture/Lab
- Medical Genetics Lecture/Lab
- Medical Parasitology Lecture/Lab
- Medical Terminology Lecture
- Biochemistry Lecture/Lab
- Clinical Microbiology (at St. Francis Hospital)
- Clinical Chemistry (at St. Francis Hospital)
- Clinical Hematology (at St. Francis Hospital)
- Clinical Immunology (at St. Francis Hospital)
What about accreditation?
As a university, we meet the highest accreditation standards set by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
Are there scholarships available?
Nearly 100% of our full-time, undergraduate residential students receive ORU grants and scholarships through academic achievement and through ORU’s premier scholarship opportunity of our Quest Whole Leader Scholarship. To learn more about tutition, financial aid and scholarships click here.
Celestino Velásquez, Ph.D.
Chair of Biology and Chemistry