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Vascular Technology BSMIS

Department of Biological and Allied Health Sciences

Vascular technologists assist physicians in the diagnosis of disorders affecting circulation by use of ultrasound instrumentation. They non-invasively record vascular information such as blood pressure, oxygenation and circulation throughout the body.

 

Biology Requirements

 

Chemistry Requirements

 

Physics Requirements

or

 

Other Concentration Requirement

 

Department of Chemistry and Geology

The chemistry minor is for students not majoring in chemistry.

The chemistry minor consists of 19-20 credits distributed as follows:

  • CHEM1201CHEM1202General Chemistry I, II
    (1st and 2nd semesters)
  • CHEM1203CHEM1204General Chemistry Laboratory I, II
    (1st and 2nd semesters)
  • CHEM2261CHEM2262Organic Chemistry I, II
    (3rd and 4th semesters)
  • CHEM2263,  CHEM2264
    Organic Chemistry Laboratory I, II
    (3rd and 4th semesters)
  • One 2000- or 3000-level chemistry course

 

Contact:

Professor Sara Reynolds
Director of Allied Health Programs
Tel: 973-443-8772
sara_reynolds@fdu.edu

Department of Biological & Allied Health Sciences
285 Madison Ave. - M-SB1-01
Madison, NJ 07940

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