|Program Title||Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Sciences|
|Total Credit Hours needed for completion of the program|
|Award (S) Granted On Completion Of The Program||Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Sciences|
Professional Occupations For Which Graduates Are Prepared In The Program
Clinical laboratory science professionals (also called medical laboratory scientists or medical laboratory technicians) are highly skilled scientists who discover the presence or absence of disease and provide data that helps physicians determine the best treatment for the patient.
Medical Laboratory Scientists (MLS) (Clinical laboratory professionals) can work in:
Commercial or reference laboratories
Public health laboratories
Pharmaceutical or chemical industries
Forensic and law enforcement laboratories
Research Pursue career as a research assistant.
Teaching institutions Join colleges/universities as laboratory assistants.
Transplant and blood donor centers
The cosmetic or food industry
Work as application specialists in biomedical instrument companies.
Study Plan of Bachelor degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences
The Courses codes are as follows:
|MMLS||Major Medical Laboratory Sciences (MLS)|
|CMLS||Core Supporting Medical Laboratory Sciences (MLS)|
- The first digit denotes the year level of the course according to student’s study plan as follows:
A Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences is awarded after completing (136) credit hours successfully.
The study plan composed of the following:
|Core Supporting Medical Laboratory Sciences (MLS) DiagnosticImaging||26|
|Major Medical Laboratory Sciences (MLS)||40|