Immunohematology (Transfusion Medicine): The study of the
processing, storage, and administration of human blood and its
Chemistry: The analysis of human fluids for diagnostic purposes and supportive medical care.
Urinalysis: The study of the chemical and microscopic elements of urine.
Coagulation: The study of systems involved in the coagulation of blood, detection of deficiencies in those systems, and the control of anticoagulant therapies.
Hematology: The study of the origin, development, morphology, function, and reactions of the blood cells.
Microbiology: The study of pathogenic bacteria, mycobacteria, parasites, viruses, and fungi, their rapid and exact identification and antibiotic susceptibility testing.
Serology & Immunology: The in vitro study of antigen-antibody interactions, the science of immunity, and the study of the in vivo development of antibodies against specific foreign antigens.
Clinical Seminar: Consists of the student case study presentations, leadership, management, education, safety, phlebotomy, ethics, professionalism, ergonomics, compliance, cultural diversity and medical terminology subject materials.
Histology/Cytology: This course provides a very brief introduction to Histology to include embedding, cutting, staining, coverslipping, and immunohistochemistry. The Cytology experience includes an introduction to the basics of processing GYN and non-GYN specimens and an introduction to cytologic prep analysis.
Student Case Study Project
The student case study is considered the applied educational capstone assignment. Students are required to submit a written copy of the case study, as well as present the case study orally to faculty and staff technologists.