Undergraduate Program

School of Medical Technology

The Medical Technology Internship Program is in the fourth year level of the BSMT degree. Students will be exposed to an extensive, values-driven, practical, and theoretical training in various sections in the clinical laboratory, namely, clinical chemistry, hematology, immunohematology, immunology and serology, microbiology, urinalysis, and other emergent laboratory technologies.


BS Medical Technology


The Medical Technology Department upholds Jesus Christ as the true model of excellence in training Medical Technology students.


We envision developing holistically-trained, globally distinctive and committed professionals actively involved in research and community service.


To provide quality direction for the training of independent Medical Technology students through research and Christian values based instruction, extensive hands-on laboratory experiences and community extension.


To achieve our vision, the Medical Technology Department is committed to create a balanced environment of learning activities so that prospective Medical Technology graduates shall be able to:

  1. Develop the knowledge, skills, and professional attitude in the performance of clinical laboratory procedures to aid the physician in patient assessment and management.
  2. Develop skills in critical thinking to respond to personal and professional challenges.
  3. Participate in research and community-related activities.
  4. Nurture love for the profession by engaging in medical technology/medical laboratory science related activities and partaking in continuing professional development.
  5. Develop collaborative and leadership qualities.
  6. Uphold existing laws and ethical values in accordance with Adventist beliefs.

Department Contact Info

School of Medical Technology

Mountain View College
College Heights, Mt. Nebo
Valencia City, 8709 Bukidnon

Floricel M. Emverda
+63917 709 4492


Mon – Thu 7:30A.M. – 5:00P.M.

Fri 7:30A.M. – 12:00NN


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