The Bachelor of Health Science degree with a concentration in Medical Laboratory Science (B.H.S.M.L.S.) is a degree completion program designed to provide professional development and educational options for Medical Laboratory Technicians (MLTs) and other health care professionals who seek additional education and certification. The program is developed for health care professionals with prior college-level course work and health care experience, and is developed to provide a convennient and effective transition towards a baccalaureate degree. The Medical Laboratory Science curriculum includes a health science core and a liberal studies core embodying the University's educational goals of providing knowledge, skills, and values.
Individuals enrolling in the B.H.S.M.L.S. program must have completed the following:
An associate degree or a minimum of 64 credits from an accredited institution(s)
A completed application form and one letter of recommendation
Official transcripts from all post secondary study