BS in Medical Technology
In order to qualify for graduation, all Medical Technology majors must successfully complete a clinical rotation following completion of all coursework here at TWU. This clinical rotation consists of both formal classes (hematology, parasitology, etc.) and hands-on laboratory training.
Texas Woman’s University does not own or host this clinical training, but rather has agreements with three affiliate institutions. Students must apply and be accepted by one of these three institutions. Placement is not guaranteed, and acceptance is solely up to the clinical institutions’ discretion.
Upon completion of student’s clinical rotation, the institution will send a transcript to TWU, and those hours will be applied to student’s previous coursework, and the student will graduate with a B.S. in Medical Technology from Texas Woman’s University. Clinical sites will also help students prepare for the certification exam.
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|Location||Fort Worth||Wichita Falls||Houston|
|Duration||16 months||12 months||12 months|
|Start dates||January, July||August||August|
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