Sample Course Sequence for the Major in Clinical Laboratory Sciences

 A course planning guide for this major may be found   here .

FRESHMAN

FALL Credits
First Year Seminar 101 1
 WRT 101 3
 CHE 131 (SNW)  4
CHE 133  1
Humanities (HUM)  3
MAT 123 or MAT 125 (QPS) 3
 Total 15
 
SPRING Credits
First Year Seminar 102 1
 WRT 102 3
CHE 132 (SNW) 4
CHE 134 1
MAT 125 or MAT 126 (QPS)   3
BIO 202  (STEM+) 3
GLO 3
 Total  18
 
SOPHOMORE

FALL Credits
BIO 203 (STEM+) 3
BIO 204 2
Social and Behavioral Sciences -100 level  (SBS) 3
CHE 321 4
HAD 210 – Introduction to CLS 1
 Total 13
 
SPRING Credits
ARTS 3
Social and Behavioral Sciences-200- to 400-level (SBS+) 3
AMS 102 or AMS 110 (QPS)  3
BIO 315 or HBM 320 Microbiology  3
Elective 3
 Total  15



Notes: 

1. Natural science courses (biology, chemistry, and organic) less than 10 years old are preferred.

2. Prerequisites are required for some of the above courses that are above the required minimum to enter the Clinical Laboratory Sciences Program.

Prerequisites:

1. All prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.

2. The minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) for applicants is 2.5.

3. Freshmen accepted into the lower division major must complete all prerequisites by the end of the sophomore year, pass HAD 210 – Introduction to CLS with a grade of A- or better, and meet the academic standards listed above.