The Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science program is designed to emphasize the technical and academic skills necessary for today’s medical laboratory scientist. Your coursework will prepare you for the competencies, ethics and professionalism outlined by the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science.
The program is designed for working professionals, and can be completed in just over two years. Students can start in the fall, spring, or summer semester.
Our program ensures that a student’s well-rounded education includes a variety of courses, including didactic courses in areas such as chemistry, microbiology and hematology. Students will also complete a clinical practice portion of the program, as well as a medical laboratory science capstone research project. Learn more here.
From admissions to graduation, we’re here to help.
We are committed to your success and provide lots of support including:
-Free download of Office 365 (including Word and Outlook for email) for use
during your time at UC.
-a free orientation for you to learn our program policies and how our Canvas
courses and tools will be set up; it also gives you a chance to sample the
pace and schedule of our courses.
-a Student Success Coordinator who will check in with you regularly until you
graduate to provide guidance on your plan to graduate, academic success,
registration assistance and navigating the program and UC in general.
-a course facilitator in each course, so you have a dedicated faculty member
as a “go-to person” for you and a small group of students.
-Program support including arranging clinical rotations, applying for life
experience credit and proctoring support.
-UCIT provides 24/7 support for Canvas and other learning technology.
Yes, by graduating from our program, you are eligible to sit for the certification exam. Starting in your first courses with us, we will prepare you with that end-goal in mind.
Yes. Many of our students qualify for some type of financial aid.
Sources of aid:
Additional resources to support you from start to finish.
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