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welcome to hartwick medical technology

Medical laboratory scientist, crime scene technologist, veterinarian, dentist or employment in the pharmaceutical industry. Medical technology is a wide-ranging and rapidly-growing industry, and Hartwick gives you the clinical training and real-world work experience to thrive in any career path you choose.

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Many Career Paths

From the start of your time at Hartwick, you’ll be in the labs, working with the state-of-the-art equipment you’ll use every day in your workplace.

Your Career Coach will help you focus your skills on a career path you’re passionate about. Your Hartwick degree prepares you for a wide variety of positions right after graduation, or continue your studies at the graduate or doctoral level. And your Success Coach will be there every step of the way to cheer you on.

Extraordinary Opportunities

Hartwick’s 3+1 program gives you three years of on-campus, co-curricular study. Embark on a J Term experience to learn about medicine and culture in other countries. Join your Faculty Mentor in their research, and learn the ins and outs of the job from your Alumni Mentor.

In your senior year, you’ll undertake a year-long internship at Rochester General Hospital in Rochester, NY, where you’ll learn from experts in their field, working in state-of-the-art medical laboratories with a wide variety of instrumentation and samples. It all goes on your digital resume, proving to employers that you’ve got the skills for success.

An Education Built For You

Your Hartwick education prepares you with the career skills of today, with the skills and confidence to learn and adapt to the ever-changing technology of tomorrow. You’ll direct your own FlightPath, supported by your guidance team, and be ready to soar when you cross that commencement stage.

Where Will a Hartwick Medical Technology Degree Take You?

EMPLOYMENT

Like Zachary French ’20, who found employment as a Medical Laboratory Scientist at St. Peter’s Health Partners, St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany, NY.

Like Katharine Nelson ’17, now a Medical Technologist at Host Healthcare, Inc. in Port Jervis, NY. After Hartwick, she added to her credentials with a NYS Clinical Laboratory Technology License and her Medical Laboratory Scientist (ASCP-MLS) certification.

Faculty

Elizabeth Karnisky, MHIA, MT (ASCP)

Clinical Associate in Medical Technology

Mary Allen

Professor of Biology
607-431-4743

Zsuzsanna Balogh-Brunstad

Professor of Geology and Department Chair & Coordinator of Environment, Sustainability & Society
607-431-4734

Min Chung

Professor and Department Chair of Mathematics

Eric Cooper

Associate Professor of Biology
607-431-4254

John Dudek

Professor of Chemistry

Mark S. Erickson

Professor of Chemistry

Peter Fauth

Professor of Biology and Department Chair
607-431-4754

Mark Kuhlmann

Professor of Biology
607-431-4768

Andrew J. Piefer

Professor and Chair of Chemistry
607-431-4916