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Blood Bank Technology Schools and Colleges

Blood bank technology specialists, also know as Specialist in Blood Bank Technology (SBBs), are required to complete a bachelor's degree in biology, microbiology, chemistry, organic chemistry, or other related physical science or biology field.

After successfully completing a bachelor's degree candidates must complete a specialized one-year training program in blood bank technology or a master's degree in immunohematology. Students will learn how to collect and separate blood (processes referred to as serological techniques and apheresis techniques) and how to detect viral diseases and antigens.

While not mandatory, some companies require SBBs to receive state licensure and pass a certification exam administered by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists and meet continuin education requirements.

Below you can explore several blood bank technology specialist schools, colleges, and universities offering accredited degrees, career training programs and continuing education courses in blood bank technology or immunohematology.
  • City College
    7001 Northwest 4th Boulevard
    Gainesville, FL 32607
    352-335-4000
    Institution Type: Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above
    Programs Offered: Less than one year certificate, One but less than two years, certificate, Associate's degree, Bachelor's degree
    Campus Setting: Midsize suburb
    Student Population: 525 (525 undergraduate)
    Student-to-faculty Ratio: 15 to 1
    website: www.citycollege.edu/location/gainesville.htm

  • Sanford-Brown Institute
    5701 East Hillsborough Avenue
    Tampa, FL 33610
    813-626-0392
    Student Population: 1,717 (1,717 undergraduate)
    Student-to-faculty Ratio: 38 to 1
    website: www.sanfordbrown.edu

  • Kaplan Career Institute - McALllen
    1500 South Jackson Road
    McAllen, TX 78503
    (956) 630-1499
    Institution Type: Private for-profit, 2-year
    Programs offered: Less than one year certificate, One but less than two years, certificate and Associate's degree
    Campus setting: Midsize City
    Student Population: 2,120 (2,120 undergraduate)
    Student-to-faculty Ratio: 79 to 1
    website: http://mcallen.kaplancollege.com

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