Master of Science in Health Sciences in the Field of Laboratory Medicine

The master of science in health sciences (MSHS) in laboratory medicine provides individuals who have a baccalaureate degree with eligibility to take a national MLS certification examination and become a laboratory science professional.

Visit the program website for additional program information.

The following requirements must be fulfilled: 52 credits in required coursework.

MLS 6116Advanced Clinical Bacteriology I
MLS 6117Advanced Clinical Bacteriology II
MLS 6119Advanced Parasitology, Mycology, and Virology
MLS 6130Advanced Hematology I
MLS 6131Advanced Hematology II
MLS 6141Advanced Immunology and Serology
MLS 6145Advanced Clinical Biochemistry I
MLS 6146Advanced Clinical Biochemistry II
MLS 6150Advanced Immunohematology
MLS 6151Advanced Molecular Diagnostics
MLS 6158Advanced Laboratory Management and Operations
MLS 6247Advanced Clinical Biochemistry Praticum
MLS 6248Advanced Blood Bank Practicum
MLS 6249Advanced Coagulation Practicum
MLS 6250Advanced Hematology Practicum
MLS 6251Advanced Clinical Microbiology Practicum
MLS 6252Advanced Urinalysis Practicum
HSCI 6263Biostatistics Translational Research
MLS 6244Research Ethics and Integrity
MLS 6245Current Topics in Medical Laboratory Science
MLS 6246Capstone Project