Medical technologists are in high demand
They test samples of blood and body fluids to determine whether a disease is present, or if someone is responding to treatment. If you want to someday work in a hospital laboratory — or clinic, commercial lab, scientific supply company, or research laboratory — this is the path for you. Other areas could include cytogenics, cytotechnology, and histology.
Partnerships increase opportunities
Malone University students who are pursuing a career in Clinical Laboratory Science (Medical Technology) are eligible to apply to the Cooperative Medical Technology Program of Akron or the Cleveland Clinic School of Medical Technology after 90 semester hours of study at Malone. Acceptance into the program is competitive.
You will get hands-on learning in blood banking, clinical chemistry, hematology, immunopathology, and clinical microbiology. You’ll do your clinicals at the Cleveland Clinic, Akron Children’s Hospital, Akron General Medical Center, and Summa Health System Hospitals. At Malone, you'll also have a chance to conduct and present your own research for Malone’s annual Student Research Symposium.
What do graduates do with this degree?
- Lead medical technologist at Community Hospital Anderson
- Medical technologist, Covance (a global Contract Research Organization)
- Cytotechnologist, Lab Corporation of America
- Liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry (LC/MS) analyst, Covance