Medical technology uses science to improve lives.
A medical technology degree prepares you to have an instrumental career in medicine, whether it’s by identifying medical conditions using sophisticated instruments and techniques; collecting samples and performing tests to analyze body fluids, tissue and other substances; or collaborating with comprehensive medical teams on patient care.
Kean’s medical technology program is affiliated with Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune and the Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, giving our students access to real-world experience in local medical settings.
Kean medical technology graduates are contributing to medical science in hospitals, clinics, research laboratories, outpatient care centers, physician offices and in academia.
At Kean, we believe learning extends far beyond the walls of our classrooms and labs. That's why we encourage you to get involved in clubs and organizations, study abroad at our campus in China or elsewhere, and pursue internships that will advance your career. Find out more.
Alumni from our medical technology program are employed in hospitals, laboratories, doctors' offices, outpatient care centers, and colleges and universities across the U.S., working as:
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Medical laboratory technicians
Medical laboratory technologist jobs are projected to grow through 2026
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