Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022

MLS 305 Clinical Hematology(RNL)

3 lecture hours, 3 laboratory hours. Introduction to the study of hematology with emphasis on the formation and functions of normal blood cells, identification of normal and abnormal blood cell types, variations in blood picture associated with hematologic disorders, and hemostasis and coagulation. Laboratory practice includes complete blood counts, studies of peripheral blood and bone marrow smears, special tests for hematologic disorders, and basic coagulation procedures. 

Credits

4

Prerequisites or Corequisites

BIO 150, BIO 160, BIO 170, BIO 171, CHM 141, CHM 121

Fees

Material Fee: $45

Notes

Formerly MDT 100.