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.
This course will provide a foundational study of molecular biology and immunological principles. Topics will include the structure, function, and synthesis of DNA, RNA, and involved proteins, mechanism of inheritance, and physiology of the immune system. Basic laboratory testing in immunologic and molecular methodologies and principles will also be covered.
An advanced study of clinical immunology and molecular biology, focusing on classical and emerging diagnostic applications using molecular and immunologic principles. Topics will include routine and complex testing techniques used across laboratory disciplines. Additional coverage will include immunologic and molecular mechanisms of inheritance and disease, related testing and ethical implications.
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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.
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