Our History» email this
Modern Technology School first enrolled students in September 1981.
Modern Technology School first taught X-Ray Technology-Limited Permit, and then added a Medical Assisting-Back Office component to enable its graduates to qualify for starting positions in a contemporary job market. The Diagnostic Medical Sonography program was then added at the North Hollywood Campus, September 1988.
In order to meet the educational needs of other communities in Southern California, Modern Technology School established a satellite campus in Anaheim in 1988. The Anaheim Campus also added Ultrasound to its curriculum in September 1990. In May of 1991 the Anaheim campus became a freestanding school. The Anaheim Campus further expanded its facilities in December 1992. In July 1993, the North Hollywood Campus was sold leaving the Anaheim campus as the only Modern Technology School campus. In its continuing efforts to bring forth quality educational opportunities, a combined 18-month program in Ultrasound/Vascular Technology was added in November 1995.
In October 2005 MTS relocated to Fountain Valley, CA.
Accreditation» email this
Modern Technology School is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges. The ACCSC is recognized by the US Department of Education.
Modern Technology School's approval to operate as a private post-secondary institution in the State of California is based on provisions of the California Private Post-secondary Education Act. of 2009 (California Educational Code, Title 3, Division 10, Part 59 Chapter 8), which is effective as of January 1, 2010. Modern Technology School is licensed to operate by the Bureau for Private Post-secondary Education (BPPE). The BPPE can be contacted at www.bppe.ca.gov. For a copy of the BPPE Annual Report for Modern Technology School click here.
The X-ray Technician Program is approved by the California Department of Public Health—Radiologic Health Branch. The State of California has set minimum standards for schools with educational programs for X-ray Technicians pursuant to California Code of Regulations, Title 17, section 30420. The RHB has approved and certified our X-ray Technician program which meets or exceeds these standards.
OTHER APPROVALS & LICENSES
• VETERANS/GI BILL: Approved for the training of veterans and eligible persons under provisions of Title 38, United States Code.
• Eligible institution to provide training services for the California Dept of Vocational Rehabilitation.
• EDD: Eligible Training Programs List (ETPL)
• Eligible institution: Federal Stafford Loan (formerly GSL), Federal PLUS, Federal PELL Grant, & Federal SEOG programs.
Affirmative Action Statement» email this
MODERN TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL is firmly committed to provide programs to participants regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap or medical condition except under special circumstances where sex, age, medical condition, or handicap constitutes either an occupational limitation or limitation in participation in the program offered.
Under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title III of the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, Modern Technology School shall take all necessary steps to ensure that no student with a verified disability is denied the benefits of, excluded from participation in, or otherwise subjected to discrimination in an education program because of the absence of auxiliary aids or academic accommodations.
A student with a verified disability may be entitled to auxiliary aids or academic accommodations. The decision for the authorization of such accommodation is the responsibility of the School Director after a review of documentation verifying the disability and any resulting education's limitations.
It is the responsibility of the student to file a written request for services/accommodation with the School Director. The request should be made in writing and should be submitted with adequate notice provided for an effective response. The request will be reviewed for authorization and, if approved, a copy will be sent within 3 days of receipt to the instructor. The instructor will respond to the request, in writing, in a timely manner. If the instructor denies the request, the School Director will intervene with the appropriate academic staff and attempt to resolve the matter. If the School Director is unable to obtain the consent of the instructor or to otherwise resolve the matter to the satisfaction of the student, the School Director will inform the student that he/she has the right to file a grievance under the School's discrimination grievance procedure and will provide the student with information as to how to file a grievance.