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Most Popular Schools for Ophthalmic Technician/Technologist Degree Program & Major

A program that prepares individuals to assist ophthalmologists and optometrists in examining and treating patients with vision problems, vision disorders, and eye diseases. Includes instruction in taking patient histories, administering directed treatments and topical medications, diagnostic test procedures and equipment operation, anatomical and functional ocular measurements, patient care and instruction, ophthalmic and surgical equipment maintenance, safety and sterilization procedures, and office administrative procedures.


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Rank School Name Students % of Total Total On-Campus Cost
1 Tulsa Technology Center 23 1% N/A
2 Renton Technical College 23 2% $6,336
3 Pima Medical Institute-Denver 22 5% N/A
4 GateWay Community College-Central City 18 4% N/A
5 Triton College 18 1% $5,610
6 Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute 17 2% $3,722
7 Central Piedmont Community College 12 0% $4,429
8 Volunteer State Community College 11 1% $5,722
9 Henry Ford College 11 1% $4,636
10 Palm Beach State College 10 0% $4,244
11 Delgado Community College 10 0% $6,079
12 Sandhills Community College 8 1% $4,598
13 University of Puerto Rico-Medical Sciences 8 2% N/A
14 Florida State College at Jacksonville 7 0% $14,589
15 Hillsborough Community College 6 0% $16,666
16 Career Quest Learning Centers-Lansing 6 2% $10,900
17 Duke University 6 0% $74,339
18 Lakeshore Technical College 5 0% $6,207
19 Camden County College 5 0% $6,120
20 Community College of Philadelphia 5 0% $6,542
21 Cuyahoga Community College District 3 0% $5,136
22 Career Quest Learning Centers-Jackson 3 3% $13,900
23 Stark State College 2 0% $5,170
24 St Catherine University 2 0% $52,164
25 University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences 2 0% N/A

This list indicates the number of students that completed the Ophthalmic Technician/Technologist program at the schools above.
It is not necessarily an indicator of academic rigor or quality of education.
Note that some schools do not have enough data to be ranked, and these schools will not appear in our lists.