Associate in Science in the Field of Health Sciences Laboratory Technology
Admission to the associate in science (AS) in health science laboratory technology (HSLT) program is restricted to students who have completed the MLT I: certificate in health sciences laboratory technology at GW within the past five years. The program offers Army and Navy medical laboratory technicians (MLTs) the opportunity to enhance their skills, obtain the credentials to pursue advanced study, and be eligible for promotion within the military.
Visit the military affiliated programs website for more information.
The following requirements must be fulfilled: 75 credits, 60 of which are awarded for completion of the MLT I: certificate in health sciences laboratory technology, and 15 credits in general education courses. The general education requirements may be completed by taking coursework at GW or another regionally accredited institution.
|15 credits of general education including:|
|3 credits of English composition|
|3 credits of college algebra or statistics or higher|
|3 credits of social sciences|
|3 credits of humanities|
|3 credits of biology or chemistry|
|Recommended general education courses at GW that fulfill these requirements:|
|HSCI 2100||Writing and Composition in the Health Sciences|
|HSCI 2117||Introduction to Statistics for Health Sciences|
|HSCI 2101||Psychosocial Aspects of Health and Illness|
|HSCI 2103||Health Policy and the Health Care System|
|HSCI 2105||Current Issues in Bioethics|
|HSCI 2107||Health Care in Literature|
|Biology or Chemistry|
|MLS 2000||Biology for Health Sciences|
|MLS 2001||Chemistry for Health Sciences|
For an assessment on the transferability of your previous coursework, please contact the program office. Coursework will be evaluated for transfer using the following criteria:
- Academic in nature
- Completed at a regionally accredited institution
- Earned with a minimum grade of C (C- grades do not transfer)