The DMRT offers a baccalaureate degree in Medical and Research Technology. Students may specialize in one of two career tracks:
Both tracks are upper-level allied health curricula offered in two years of full-time or three years of part-time study. Spring admit students will require 2 1/2 years for completion of the program. In addition to lecture and laboratory instruction, students in both tracks complete externship training.
In January and continuing through the spring semester of their senior year, the Medical Technology students train among the Department’s 26 clinical affiliate sites, while the Biotechnology students train at biotechnology companies in the Greater Baltimore-Washington area. Graduates of the Medical Technology Program are eligible to take national certification examinations in Medical Technology.
DMRT also offers an accelerated one-year categorical certificate program for individuals who already possess a baccalaureate degree in a basic science area such as chemistry or biology. After completion of coursework and training, students are eligible to take national certification examinations in their specialty area.
The graduate program of DMRT offers two career tracks: Biotechnology Research or Clinical Laboratory Management. The program provides flexibility in scheduling coursework and in arranging programs of study to fit individual interests and backgrounds.