Clinical Laboratory Science Curriculum
Bachelor of Arts (A. B.) or Bachelor of Science (S. B.)
In addition to the required number of credits needed to complete the major, all students must also fulfill the general degree requirements in order to graduate.
|BIO 1020-1022||Biological Concepts I-II||8.0|
|BIO 2010||Comparative Anatomy||4.0|
|BIO 3055||Molecular Biology (W course)||4.0|
|BIO 3060||Animal Physiology||4.0|
|BIO 3590||Biology Junior Seminar (Term I)||1.0|
|BIO 4596||Colloquium in Clinical Laboratory Science (Term II)||1.0|
|CHE 1510-1511||Basic Chemical Principles I-II||8.0|
|CHE 1505-1515-1925||General Chemistry I-II-III||11.0|
|CHE 2010-2020||Organic Chemistry I-II||8.0|
|MAT 2090||Statistical Methods||4.0|
|At least one additional course from the following:||3.0-4.0|
|BIO 3080||Cell Biology (W course)|
|BIO 3110||Genetics (W course)|
|BIO 3150||The Biology of Cancer|
|BIO 3500||Developmental Biology|
|BIO-CHE 4020||Principles and Clinical Applications of Immunology|
|CHE 3042||Biochemistry (W course)|
Senior year or post graduation hospital clinical training program is required.
|Total credits required to complete the major:||49.0-53.0|
Senior year or post-graduation hospital clinical training program is required to practice in the profession . The completion of the clinical training program is a specific degree requirement of the Clinical Laboratory Science Profession. Students choosing the 3 + 1 program option and successfully completing the Clinical Training Program will receive a waiver for the Career-Related Experience general degree requirement.
Full information on the CLS major and its administration can be obtained by contacting the program advisor Dr. Christine Bezotte, Clinical Laboratory Science program advisor, Kolker Hall, room 205, (607) 735-1852.