Dec 10, 2018  
2018-19 University Catalog 
    
2018-19 University Catalog

Medical Laboratory Science, BS


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Graduation Requirements

BS MLS degree students must complete 200 quarter credits hours, maintain a minimum GPA of 2.00, and earn a grade of "C" or better in all professional program courses (MLS) as prescribed by the curriculum outline.

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Curriculum


Required courses and recommended terms during which they should be taken:

Pre-Medical Laboratory Science


This is the curriculum map to be followed by EAMLSP students.

First Year


Fall


Total: 16 Credit Hours

Winter


Total: 18 Credit Hours

Spring


Total: 17 Credit Hours

Second Year


Fall


  • BIO 345 - Medical Microbiology Credit Hours: 5
  • Chemistry Elective Credit Hours (200 level or above): 4
  • Communication Elective Credit Hours: 3 a
  • Statistics Elective Credit Hours: 4
Total: 16 Credit Hours

Winter


  • Biology Elective Credit Hours (200 level or above): 3
  • Chemistry Elective Credit Hours (200 level or above): 4
  • Communication Elective Credit Hours: 3 a
  • Humanities Elective Credit Hours: 3
  • Social Science Elective Credit Hours: 3 
Total: 16 Credit Hours

Spring


  • BIO 436 - Immunology Credit Hours: 4
  • Chemistry Elective Credit Hours (200 level or above): 4
  • Communication Elective Credit Hours: 3 a
  • Humanities Elective Credit Hours: 3
  • Social Science Elective Credit Hours: 3
Total: 17 Credit Hours

Communication Electives


Students must choose courses from the following list:

Professional Courses


All senior level courses require admission to the Medical Laboratory Science Program or instructor consent.

Total for a B.S. Medical Laboratory Science: 183 Credit Hours


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