Do you enjoy learning about chemistry and biology? Put your
knowledge to practical use in one of the fastest growing fields
today. A Medical Technology degree gives you the skills to perform
an array of laboratory tests to help doctors diagnose, treat and
Take classes in life and physical sciences during your first
three years at Saint Leo University, and spend your senior year
gaining clinical experience—for credit—at an affiliated hospital.
Clinical rotations help you develop technical skills in major
pathology areas, including microbiology and parasitology,
urinalysis and body fluids, hematology, immunology and clinical
chemistry. You’ll learn how to use sophisticated lab equipment,
collect and process specimens, and ensure precision and accuracy in
Saint Leo students act with integrity in the laboratory, and
serve patients with respect and compassion.
During your senior year, complete a one-year, for-credit
internship at an affiliated hospital program. Saint Leo University
is currently affiliated with Bayfront Medical Center in St.
Petersburg, Fla. There, you’ll study under the guidance of Larry J.
Davis, M.D., Medical Director; Maria Duynslager, Laboratory
Director; and Dawn Tripolino, Medical Technology School Program
Graduates work in a variety of healthcare settings, including
hospitals, clinics, blood banks, public health agencies and
Connect patients and doctors to vital information. Apply now.