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72 > Image 72 of Bulletin of the University of Kentucky, Volume 22 (1947-1948)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

s T .?7 68 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY ` li , _'5 BACTERIOLOGY . i The Degree of B. S. in Medical Technology The Department of Bacteriology affords opportunity for stu- , dents to gain the A. B. or B. S. degree with bacteriology as a major, and also provides a curriculum in Medical Technology. The cur- , ` riculum in Medical Technology is prescribed throughout and leads to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology. This i course is designed to prepare men and women for positions in hospital laboratories, physicians and surgeons clinics, and federal, state, and municipal public health laboratories, and to Ht the especially adapted student for either commercial or research labor- atory work in bacteriology. It also meets all the requirements of _ the United States Civil Service Commission for the rank of Junior t Bacteriologist. I The University of Kentucky, in affiliation with the Good Samaritan Hospital, is registered, through the Department of Bac- teriology, as an approved school for the training of medical technologists by the Board of Registry of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, and by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Medical Association. * Graduates of this course who may desire to enter medical school will have all the requirements of the American Medical Association and the Association of American Medical Colleges for entrance to all Class A medical schools, provided they take two years of foreign language. Curriculum Leading to the Degree B. S. in Medical Technology FRESHMAN YEAR First Semester Credits Second Semester Credits Orientation A 0.7 English lb 3 English la 3 Chemistry lb 5 I Chemistry la 5 Bacteriology 2b 4 Bacteriology 2a 4 Zoology lb 4 Zoology la 4 *Physical Education 0 *Physical Education 0 **Military Science lb (2) ` **l\iIilitary Science (2) 16.7 16 ul SOPHOMORE YEAR /I+ Zoology Tb 4 Chemistry 21 5 / Physics la 5 Physics lb 5 Bacteriology 56 4 Bacteriology 57 4 Humanities 3 Humanities 3 **Military Science 2a (2) "Mllltary Science 2b (2) 16 17 * Students required to take physical education will enroll each semester until the physical fitness standard is completed. This requirement may be satisfied ln one or more semesters. * Required of all ahlehodied male freshmen and sophomores who are i citizens of the United States. e S . { . \V