This course is a structured practical experience at a clinical site. The student spends 24 hours per week for three weeks at an off-campus laboratory in each of the following areas: blood bank, hematology/ coagulation/ urinalysis, microbiology/serology, and chemistry. Emphasis is on supervised performance of routine tests, efficiency, operation of instrumentation and development of professional traits. The student will participate on a blood collection team and tour several off-campus enrichment sites. This course is subject to a course fee.
|The following courses must be taken prior to this course|
|MLT 233 - Clinical Chemistry Lecture with a minimum grade of C|
|BIO 241 - Clinical Microbiology II with a minimum grade of C|
|MLT 234 - Clinical Chemistry Laboratory with a minimum grade of C|
|MLT 235 - Clinical Practicum in MLT I with a minimum grade of C|
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