Clinical Laboratory Science (B.S.) (2003)

Department of Biology and Allied Health Sciences, College of Science and Technology

Effective Fall, 2003

Students complete 90 credit hours (3 years) of core science and general education classes at Bloomsburg followed by 30 credit hours (one calendar year) in an accredited hospital program. Students should work closely with their adviser to organize an efficient plan of study.

The following courses are taken prior to the clinical experience. They are required in addition to, or as part of, the general education requirements:

50.107 Medical Terminology

50.114 Concepts in Biology I

50.233 Human Genetics or 50.332 Genetics

50.242 Biology of Microorganisms

50.271 Cell Biology

50.343 Medical Bacteriology

50.343 Immunology

50.479 Integrated Physiology Laboratory

52.115 Fundamentals of Inorganic Chemistry

52.116 Chemical Principles and Measurements

52.230 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry

52.341 Biochemistry or 52.232 Intermediate Organic Chemistry

53.141 Introduction to Statistics or 48.160 Basic Statistics

56.110 Introduction to Computer Science

Choose one of the following physiology lecture courses (50.472 recommended)

50.472 Animal Cell Physiology

50.474 Vertebrate Systems Physiology

50.477 Plant Physiology

50.478 Microbial Physiology

Clinical Experience - During the one.year clinical experience in a hospital program a total of 30 credit hours are required. These are earned from the following list of clinical courses:

86.401 Clinical Microbiology

86.402 Clinical Hematology/Coagulation

86.403 Clinical Chemistry for Med Tech

86.404 Clinical Immunohematology

86.405 Clinical Immunology/Serology

86.406 Clinical Seminar