2019 Fall Trimester

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the B.S. Medical Laboratory Science Completion Program, students will be able to:


  • Effectively present healthcare concepts, both written and oral, appropriate to the audience

Information Management

  • Given a lab environment, operate lab equipment to evaluate, correlate, and ensure accuracy and validity of laboratory information
  • Correlate test results with specific disease states
  • Using medical information, manage data to enable effective, timely, accurate, and cost-effective reporting

Performance Proficiency

  • Given professional standards:
    • Develop and establish procedures to collect and process biological specimens and other substances
    • Recognize and follow established laboratory safety policies

    Analysis and Decision Making

    • Utilizing knowledge of the field, perform pre-analytical, analytical, and post-analytical processes within the clinical laboratory
    • Evaluate possible solutions to determine and institute proper procedures to maintain accuracy and precision within a lab environment

    Managing Resources

    • Given a lab environment, direct and manage financial resources in a way that promotes cost-effective laboratory services
    • Recognize and apply effective leadership skills in collaboration with laboratory professionals to offer value-added service
    • Given a medical environment, demonstrate the ability to provide orientation to new employees and update requisite knowledge and skills of other laboratory professionals

    Quality Assessment and Ethics

    • Given a lab environment, monitor the research and testing of biological specimens, body fluids, cells and other substances, to meet quality control standards
    • Given a medical environment, identify appropriate regulations to ensure policies and procedures are in compliance
    • Identify the issues and challenges related to ethics and professional conduct within the medical field