Clinical Laboratory & Nutritional Sciences

Major Requirements

Course Requirements for the Clinical Laboratory Sciences and Nutritional Science Degree Programs

Core Science Course Requirements

The courses listed below are required for all students in the Clinical Laboratory Sciences and the Nutritional Science degree programs.

35.101 Anatomy and Physiology I 3 credits
35.103 Anatomy and Physiology I Lab 1 credit
35.102 Anatomy and Physiology II 3 credits
35.104 Anatomy and Physiology II Lab 1 credit
35.211 Basic Clinical Microbiology 3 credits
35.213 Basic Clinical Microbiology Lab 1 credit
35.251 Physiological Chemistry I 3 credits
35.253 Physiological Chemistry I Lab 1 credit
35.252 Physiological Chemistry II 3 credits
35.254 Physiological Chemistry II Lab 1 credit
36.341 Organic Reaction and Structure 3 credits
36.243 Organic Reaction and Structure Lab 1 credit
36.350 Human Biochemistry 3 credits
36.361 Clinical Lab Instrumentation 3 credits
36.363 Clinical Lab Instrumentation Lab 2 credits
36.351 Clinical Chemistry I 3 credits

General Education Requirements 

Students in the Clinical Laboratory Sciences and the Nutritional Science degree programs are required to take the following to conform to the General Education guidelines outlined elsewhere in the Undergraduate Catalog.

42.101 College Writing I 3 credits
42.102 College Writing II 3 credits
47.101 General Psychology 3 credits
48.101 Intro to Sociology 3 credits
XX.XXX 1 course from approved list of Gen Ed SS courses 3 credits
XX.XXX 3 Art and Humanities courses from approved list, no more than 2 from any one department. 9 credits
92.283 Intro to Statistics 3 credits
92.121 Management Pre-Calculus 3 credits
OR
92.131 Calculus I 4 credits

Additional Course Requirements

Clinical Laboratory Sciences Degree - Medical Laboratory Science Option

In addition to the courses listed above in Core Science Courses and the General Education courses, students in the Clinical Laboratory Sciences Degree-Medical Laboratory Science option must complete the following courses:

36.273 Intro to Clinical Lab Sciences 2 credits
36.241 Clinical Laboratory Theory 3 credits
36.243 Clinical Laboratory Theory Lab 2 credits
36.321 Clinical Hematology 3 credits
36.323 Clinical Hematology Lab 2 credits
36.373 Clinical Lab Science Seminar 1 credit
36.434 Advanced Topics in Hemostasis 1 credit
36.311 Medical Bacteriology 3 credits
36.313 Medical Bacteriology Lab 2 credits
36.331 Clinical Immunology 3 credits
36.353 Clinical Chemistry Lab 2 credits
36.420 Clinical Hematology Practicum 2 credits
36.410 Clinical Microbiology Practicum 2 credits
36.411 Medical Mycology & Parasitology 3 credits
36.413 Medical Mycology & Parasitology Lab 2 credits
36.431 Clinical Immunohematology 3 credits
36.433 Clinical Immunohematology Lab 2 credits
36.451 Clinical Urinalysis Practicum 0 credits
36.452 Clinical Chemistry II 3 credits
36.454 Clinical Chemistry II Lab 2 credits
36.415 Clinical Virology/Serology Lab 2 credits
36.416 Molecular Diagnostics Lab 1 credit
36.430 Clinical Immunohematology Practicum 2 credits
36.450 Clinical Chemistry Practicum 2 credits
36.453 Lab Management and Ethics 2 credits
36.474 Clinical Lab Science Seminar 1 credit
35.435 Medical & Clinical Genetics 3 credits

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Clinical Laboratory Sciences Degree – Clinical Science Option

In addition to the courses listed above in Core Science Courses and the General Education courses, students in the Clinical Laboratory Sciences Degree-Clinical Science option must complete the following courses:

36.273 Intro to Clinical Lab Sciences 2 credits
36.321 Clinical Hematology 3 credits
36.311 Medical Bacteriology 3 credits
36.331 Clinical Immunology 3 credits
36.353 Clinical Chemistry Lab 2 credits
36.452 Clinical Chemistry II 3 credits
35.435 Medical & Clinical Genetics 3 credits
36.493 CL Directed Studies 3 credits
36.483 Senior Research I 2 credits
XX.XXX Clinical Science Specialization Courses 15 credits
XX.XXX Free Electives 16 credits

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Nutritional Science Degree

In addition to the courses listed above in Science Core Courses and the General Education courses, students in the Nutritional Science degree must complete the following courses:

31.201 Community Health and Environment 3 credits
35.205 Intro to Nutritional Science 3 credits
35.206 Human Nutrition 3 credits
36.336 Life Cycle Nutrition 3 credits
36.345 Community Nutrition 3 credits
36.372 Obesity and Weight Control 3 credits
36.371 Nutrition and Metabolism 3 credits
31.305 Intro to Epidemiology 3 credits
36.463 Vitamins and Minerals 3 credits
36.465 Lab Methods in Nutrition Assessment 3 credits
36.481 Medical Nutrition Therapy I 3 credits
36.483 Senior Research 2 credits
36.406 Biochemistry of Lipids 3 credits
36.472 Nutrition and Gene Expression 3 credits
36.482 Medical Nutrition Therapy II 3 credits
36.496 Senior Research in Nutrition 3 credits
XX.XXX Free Electives 9 credits

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