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Updating Coursework

When an applicant has not taken an organic chemistry (or biochemistry) course and/or a microbiology course within the past seven years, it is necessary for him/her to update his/her knowledge in these areas before he/she can attend a medical technology program. Updating coursework can be done in any of the following ways:

  • A course may be taken in organic chemistry and/or biochemistry and microbiology. It must be acceptable toward a major in the appropriate area or be certified by the college or university as equivalent. A grade of "C" or better must
    be achieved in each course undertaken.
  • Credit may be obtained for organic chemistry and/or biochemistry and microbiology by passing an examination in each course before admission to a medical technology program. (If a grade is given for the examination in each course before admission to a medical technology program. (If a grade is given for the examination, it must be at least a "C" or better. This arrangement must be made between the individual and the college or university facility).