General Education Interim Courses for Med Tech Majors:
College of Letters & Science General Education Requirements:
There are specific education courses required by the College of Letters & Science to complete a Bachelor of Science degree. To understand what those requirements are, please view the listing at:
There are options listed specifically for the bachelor of Science degree, please be sure to view the appropriate listing.
Medical Technology Advisers
Medical Technology students must follow a very specific schedule in order to complete all of the required courses in the right sequence. It is important to begin working with the Medical Technology Office early in your college career.
Mr. John Strous and Ms. Mallory Janquart are the advisers for Medical Technology. They are your primary contacts for information on the requirements for the degree, the clinical internship and other pertinent information regarding a BS in Medical Technology. You are welcome to make an appointment to see Mr. Strous or Ms. Janquart or stop by for a quick hello any time. You can reach them at:
Registering for Classes
In general, it is best practice to meet with Mr. Strous or Ms. Janquart for an advising appointment prior to registering for classes.
You can register for general education as well as biology and chemistry courses, including Introduction to Medical Technology (Med Tech 100), using Titan Web.
In order to be registered for upper level Medical Technology courses, you must visit with Mr. Strous or Ms. Janquart to review your STAR report and ensure you are eligible for the courses.
What to do if a Class is Full
The only Medical Technology class that is offered to the general campus community is Med Tech 100 - Introduction to Medical Technology.
If a student finds that class full, they should stop by the Medical Technology Office and get on a waiting list. As spaces open in the class they will be filled from the waiting list - priority will be given to declared Medical Technology majors.
All of the other Med Tech classes are offered only to students who have been accepted for senior clinical internships. Students selected in the internship placement process are assured of access to their clinical classes.