medical Laboratory Science
A Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science will prepare students for a career in laboratory science with a concentration on human health and medical laboratories. The Medical Lab Scientists are an integral part of the healthcare team, and aid in the diagnosis of patients through scientific analysis of human samples to yield diagnosis and treatment.
Graduates will be prepared to enter the field with a rich and diversified skill set enabling employment in a variety of laboratories such as medical and hospital, forensic, pharmaceutical, drug trial, veterinary, physician offices, food and beverage and other lab-related career fields.
WHY ATTEND THOMAS UNIVERSITY?
- No out-of-state tuition
- Online course delivery to allow time for work and school
- Work while you complete your degree (2+2 route only)
- Core courses are included in the program (2+2 route only)
- Smaller classes with more personal attention
MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE OPTIONS
Online Option for students who hold an Associate Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology/Clinical Laboratory Technology and MLT/CLT National Certification.
Traditional Campus-Based Program for students who hold an Associate Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology/Clinical Laboratory Technology and MLT/CLT National Certification.
Note: A Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science is an option for students who do not complete the clinical requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science Degree or for students who do not meet specific requirements for the MLS 2+2 option.
The university is accredited by
the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
Additionally, this program is accredited by: National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science (NAACLS) 5600 North River Rd, Suite 720 Rosemont, IL 60018-5119 (773) 714-8880 www.naacls.org
For more information, e-mail TU Admissions or call 229-227-6925
From one of our students I would like to submit my "personal" opinion about TU to you. This is my second semester at TU. Prior to TU, I had only taken 1 class online. I was a little uneasy about taking a couple of years’ worth since I'm an older student and not very computerized; but, I am truly impressed with my instructors. I know I made the right decision for my MLS degree. I have found all to be professional yet "very" willing to help a student. Also, I feel I have a "great" program director as well in Professor Karen Burgess.
I hope this opinion makes you smile just a little bit more today.
Have a great day.
Kimberly W. Fanning, MLT(ASCP)