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Health Professions

Clinical Laboratory Science

Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science (B.S.C.L.S.) Major in Clinical Laboratory Science

Marketable Skills:

  • Think critically
  • Analyze and solve problems
  • Communicate clearly and effectively
  • Discuss the clinical significance of abnormal results obtained, correlating patient results as to possible disease and/or therapy states in all areas of the medical / clinical laboratory.
  • Obtain the entry-level credential – MLS (ASCP) for practicing in the medical / clinical laboratory per our NAACLS accredited program for graduates.
  • Perform entry-level clinical chemistry skills, including but limited to calibrations / linearity, specimen adaptability / collection, referral / send out testing, operation of appropriate analyzers and special testing.
  • Perform entry-level clinical hematology / coagulation skills, including but not limited to blood smears, specimen adaptability, manual differentials / cell counts, operation of appropriate analyzers and special testing.
  • Perform entry-level clinical immunohematology (blood bank) skills, including but not limited to component processing, specimen adaptability / collection, blood distribution (venipuncture), routine testing (ABO / D antibody screens, cross matches, Ab ID).
  • Perform entry-level clinical microbiology skills, including but not limited to specimen processing, blood cultures, microbial ID / susceptibility, gram stains, plate reading, operation of appropriate analyzers and special testing.
  • Perform QC and Maintenance, including but not limited to all medical laboratory analyzers and assays in all major departments (chemistry, microbiology, hematology, immunohematology, and molecular diagnostics).

Health Professions

Clinical Laboratory Science

Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science (B.S.C.L.S.) Major in Clinical Laboratory Science

Marketable Skills:
  • Think critically
  • Analyze and solve problems
  • Communicate clearly and effectively
  • Discuss the clinical significance of abnormal results obtained, correlating patient results as to possible disease and/or therapy states in all areas of the medical / clinical laboratory.
  • Obtain the entry-level credential – MLS (ASCP) for practicing in the medical / clinical laboratory per our NAACLS accredited program for graduates.
  • Perform entry-level clinical chemistry skills, including but limited to calibrations / linearity, specimen adaptability / collection, referral / send out testing, operation of appropriate analyzers and special testing.
  • Perform entry-level clinical hematology / coagulation skills, including but not limited to blood smears, specimen adaptability, manual differentials / cell counts, operation of appropriate analyzers and special testing.
  • Perform entry-level clinical immunohematology (blood bank) skills, including but not limited to component processing, specimen adaptability / collection, blood distribution (venipuncture), routine testing (ABO / D antibody screens, cross matches, Ab ID).
  • Perform entry-level clinical microbiology skills, including but not limited to specimen processing, blood cultures, microbial ID / susceptibility, gram stains, plate reading, operation of appropriate analyzers and special testing.
  • Perform QC and Maintenance, including but not limited to all medical laboratory analyzers and assays in all major departments (chemistry, microbiology, hematology, immunohematology, and molecular diagnostics).
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