At a glance: Medical Laboratory Sciences
Did you know? Skilled medical technicians are in high demand throughout Ohio, the United States and around the world.
Medical Laboratory Science is a dynamic medical profession at the forefront of medical science discovery. It is a profession dedicated to providing information used to prevent, diagnose and treat disease. Medical Laboratory Scientists, also known as Medical Technologists, play pivotal roles in the dynamically changing healthcare arena. They are medical investigators, performing sophisticated analyses using state-of-the-art instrumentation to generate accurate test results. As medical professionals, medical laboratory scientists are involved in all phases of sample analysis, direct and supervise laboratory operations, as well as, collaborate in the diagnosis, care and treatment of patients. Visit the department's web site.
The department of Biological and Allied Health Sciences, offers both a Baccalaureate Degree and a Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Medical Laboratory Science.
The mission of the West Central Ohio Medical Laboratory Science Program is to educate students in the medical laboratory sciences, preparing them to practice as ethical and competent professionals, and enabling them to meet whatever job-related challenges arise now and in the future.
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The Department of Biological and Allied Health Sciences occupies the first floor of the Meyer Hall of Science and the first and third floors of the new 95,000-square-foot Mathile Center for the Natural Sciences.
Beta Beta Beta – national biological honorary society, Biological Student Association, Professional Association of Women in Science (PAWS), Society of Medical Professionals, Professional Association of Medical Laboratory Students
Government agencies such as U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Environmental Protection Agency, the Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory and Natural Resource Agencies; Pharmaceutical corporations; Public and parochial school systems; Hospital, public health and research laboratories (100 percent employment rate for graduates of the clinical laboratory science program); Environmental consulting firms.
Ball State University, Clemson University, The Ohio State University, University of Florida, University of Michigan, University of North Carolina, University of Indiana, Ohio University, The Ohio State University, University of Toledo, Washington University, University of Cincinnati.