Medical Technology program provides an intensive combination of
lectures, laboratory, and clinical experiences leading to a Bachelor of
Science. The program is divided into the pre-professional curriculum and the
professional curriculum and requires 124 SC to complete. The
pre-professional portion includes a minimum of 55 SC, which students
must complete prior to enrollment in the professional component.
Students may complete the pre-professional curriculum at any regionally
accredited college or university.
Students accepted into the professional component begin their course
of study in August. A full-time track is offered which requires six (6)
semesters (including two fall, spring, and summer semesters) to
The Ophthalmic Medical
Technology Program at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
was recently accepted to the Academic Common Market of the Southern
Regional Education Board. Out-of-state students are subject to the
out-of-state tuition rate; however, students in the following states may
qualify for in-state tuition rates: Alabama, Delaware, Georgia,
Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Carolina,
Tennessee, and West Virginia.
Prospective students from
these states may visit the Academic Common Market of the Southern
Regional Education Board at
http://home.sreb.org/acm/rcp/rcp.aspx for more details on how to
apply to attend the UAMS Ophthalmic Medical Technology Program.