Program Requirements

The MSMLS Program consist of 36 semester credits: 20 credits of core courses and 16 credits from the emphasis. At least 16 of these credits must be in courses at the 500 level or greater. Since course offerings, prerequisites and schedules change from year to year, students may require more than one year (3 semesters) to finish the MSMLS Program. The graduate program coordinator must approve all course selections and sequencing. MSMLS students must maitain a GPA of 3.00 or higher, with no course grade lower than a "C".

Core Courses

 

Core Courses
(Along with one
emphasis area)

Course Name Credits
ACCT500 Survery of Accounting 3
BSAD500 or BSAD515 Survey of Management

3

MLSC500 Foundations for Graduate Study in Medical Laboratory Science

1

MLSC501 Seminar in Medical Laboratory Science

1

MLSC561 Laboratory Mgmt. Issues & Strategies

3

MLSC562 Issues in laboratory Regulations & Practice

3

MLSC585 Applied Studies in Medical Laboratory Science

5

REL                            Graduate Level Religion Course                     

2-3

 

 
Choose from one of the following emphasis areas:

A. Laboratory Sciences

courses
Selected from The
following AREAS

Course Name       credits
BIOLOGY    
BIOL444 Electron Microscopy

1

BIOL445
(required)
Molecular Genetics

3

BIOL446 Electron Microscopy Lab

2

BIOL475 Biology of Bacteria

3

BOT450 Medical Botany

3

BOT525 Molecular Lab Techniques

3

ZOOL464 Systems Physiology

4

ZOOL465 Histology

3

ZOOL475 Neurobiology

5

CHEMISTRY    
BCHM421
(required)
Biochemistry I

4

BCHM422
(required)
Biochemistry II

3

BCHM430
(required)
Biochemistry Lab

1

 

B. Laboratory Leadership and Administration

Courses
Selected from
the Following     
Course Name Credits
ACCT625
(required)
Accounting & Finances for Managers

3

BSAD525 Organizational Behavior

3

BSAD530 Management of Not-for-Profit Organizations

3

BSAD545 International Management

3

BSAD560 Intercultural Business Relations

3

BSAD615 Management of Quality

3

BSAD620 Christian Ethics, Service & Society

3

EDAL670 Technology for Leaders

3

INFS510 Management Information Systems

3

LEAD638
(required)
Issues in Leadership Theory

2-3

 

C. Education

Courses
Selected from
The following
Course Name Credits
EDAL520
(required)
Foundations of Educational Leadership

2-3

EDAL670 Technology for Leaders

3

EDCI545
(required)
Assessment and Evaluation of Learning

3

EDCI606 Teaching in Higher Education

2

EDCI610 Teaching the Adult Learner

2-3

EDCI650
(required)
Curriculum Design and Development

3

EDPC514 Psychology of Learning

2-3

EDPC520 Psychological Development

2-3

EDPC554 Career Development

3

LEAD638 Issues in Leadership Theory

2-3

 

D. Laboratory Mission & Development

Courses
Selected from
The following

Course Name Credits
ANTH517 Applied/Development Anthropology

2-3

BSAD545
(required or BSAD560)

International Management

3

BSAD560
(required or BSAD545)
Intercultural Business Relations

3

BSAD620
(required or MSSN615)
Christian Ethics, Service & Society

3

LEAD525 Public Relations: Community Partnerships

2-3

MSSN615
(required or BSAD620)
Anthropology for Mission and Ministry

2-3

PSYC515 Organization and Human Resources

2

SOCI508 Emergency Preparedness

2

SOCI535 Budgeting, Fund Raising & Grantsmanship

1-2

SOCI545 Program Implementation and Evaluation

2

SOCI640 Ethics in Development

2

 

 

 

 

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