Laboratory Science Concentration (B.H.S.)
The Bachelor of Health Science with a concentration in Laboratory Science is an excellent degree for students who wish to specialize in laboratory studies or advanced medical training outside of the typical hospital or clinical laboratory setting. This program is designed to provide students with necessary coursework to either continue with CLS studies after graduation or to apply to graduate programs in a health care field of their choice. The clinical experience is not included in this degree.
Students applying for admission to this program must apply through the Clinical Laboratory Science admission procedure. See the Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science program page for details.
Preprofessional science courses must be completed within the six years just prior to admission to a professional program. Exceptions to this policy may be made on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the program faculty. Documentation of competency must be provided by the applicant requesting the exception.
These courses are taken under direction of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Pre-professional curriculum requirements for the Bachelor of Health Science with a concentration in Laboratory Science are identical to those for the Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science. Please see the Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science requirements page for details.
The BHS with a concentration in Laboratory Science degree requires a total of 120 credits.
|CLS 3020||Hematology Lecture and Laboratory||4|
|CLS 3080||Instrumentation Lecture and Laboratory||4|
|CLS 3100||Basic Techniques: Microscopy||3|
|CLS 3280||Clinical Chemistry Lecture and Laboratory||4|
|CLS 4210||Hemostasis Lecture and Laboratory||2|
|CLS 4230||Hematology II||3|
|CLS 5500||Immunology and Serology||3|
|CLS 5510||Diagnostic Microbiology I||4|
|CLS 5520||Diagnostic Microbiology II||4|
Sufficient electives may be taken to complete the minimum of 120 credits needed for graduation. Electives must be approved by the CLS Program Director and may include (list is not all-inclusive):
|CLS 3040||Immunohematology Lecture and Laboratory||4|
|CLS 3090||Introduction to Professional Practice||1|
|CLS 4040||Laboratory Operations||3|
|CLS 4990||Professional Directed Study||1-8|
|CLS 5020||Pathophysiology for the Clinical Laboratory||3|
|Ethical Issues in Health Care|
or PHI 2320
|Introduction to Ethics|
|CLS 5530||Microbiology Simulation Laboratory||3|