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About Medical Technology at Keuka College

The bachelor of science in medical technology prepares students to become the clinical laboratory scientists who make the practice of modern medicine possible. Using state-of-the-art equipment and computer technology, you perform a variety of complex laboratory procedures essential to a patient's medical care.

Hands-on, clinical experience means you’ll enter the workforce knowing not only what to do, but how to do it.

Medical Technology Program Highlights

A scientific foundation

The medical technology program provides you with the scientific knowledge necessary to make informed, health-related decisions—in a professional setting as well as in your daily life.

Real-World Experience

Your coursework and clinical hospital experiences will help you develop a professional skill set highly desired by employers.

Plenty of job opportunities

In New York state, there are currently more jobs than there are qualified applicants for clinical laboratory science positions. Your employment opportunities are tremendous!

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Program Overview

The bachelor of science in medical technology program includes three years of study at Keuka College followed by 12 months of study in a Clinical Laboratory Technology Program approved by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists. Most Keuka College students enroll in the Clinical Laboratory Technology Program at Rochester General Hospital or University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Chautauqua Women’s Christian Association Hospital, with whom we have 3+1 affiliation agreements. This program is ideal for students who have combined interests in the health and laboratory sciences, and are seeking fields with extremely robust job markets following graduation.

Program Requirements

The Faculty

At Keuka College, you’re able to work with published, world-class scientists every day. Here, your professors are eager to teach, work on research projects with you, and share their knowledge. All of Keuka College’s natural science professors hold doctoral degrees from top-tier institutions, including Yale and MIT.

Those interested in the science of life and matter will discover the specialties our world-class faculty provide to enhance what’s learned onscreen or in our state-of the art chemistry analysis lab. 

Faculty in the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Digital Literacy

Science and technology go hand-in-hand. As a medical technology student, you’ll learn to master the digital tools of your trade and develop the analytic and critical thinking skills that will go hand-in-hand as you assess patient needs. 

Global Education

Students are encouraged to pursue international service learning experiences as part of their education. Some of our professors in the natural sciences have begun making annual group Field Period® trips to countries such as Ecuador, Nicaragua, and others where students gain first-hand knowledge of native plant and animal species, and participate in service projects for local schools and villages.


Natural Sciences and Mathematics Student Organization: 

Chi Beta Phi (the natural science, math, and psychology honor society)

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