Ophthalmic Medical Technician Curriculum

The curriculum below is the most current information available. To browse curriculum from the current academic year and past years, please view our Academic Catalogs. If you are a current student with questions about your course requirements, please speak with your advisor or refer to your Degree Audit Report (DARS) in eServices.

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1FallBIOL1416Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology34
1FallOPMT1500Ophthalmic Medical Terminology11
1FallOPMT1510Introduction to Ophthalmology22
1FallOPMT1520Ophthalmic Skills Lab I24
1FallOPMT1530Ophthalmic Clinical Rotation I24
1FallPHYS1100Fundamentals of Physics34
1FallPSYC1445General Psychology33
   Semester Total1622
2SprOPMT1540Ocular Anatomy & Physiology22
2SprOPMT1550Physical and Clinical Optics33
2SprOPMT1560Ocular Motility22
2SprOPMT1570Ophthalmic Pharmacology22
2SprOPMT1580Ophthalmic Skills Lab II24
2SprOPMT1590Ophthalmic Clinical Rotation II48
   Semester Total1521
3FallENGL1410Composition I33
3FallOPMT2510Eye Diseases and Ocular Emergencies22
3FallOPMT2520Ophthalmic Imaging Techniques22
3FallOPMT2530Ophthalmic Skills Lab III36
3FallOPMT2540Ophthalmic Clinical Rotation III48
   Semester Total1421
4SprOPMT2550Ophthalmic Surgical Assisting33
4SprOPMT2560Ophthalmic Instrument Maintenance 22
4SprOPMT2570Ophthalmic Skills Lab IV48
4SprOPMT2580Ophthalmic Clinical Rotation IV36
   Semester Total1522
   Program Total6086
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This course sequence is an example.