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MLS 4415 - Laboratory Teaching and Supervision

Credits: (3)
Typically Taught Summer Semester: Full Sem online
Typically Taught Fall Semester: Full Sem Online
Typically Taught Spring Semester: Full Sem, Full Sem Online
Course Fee: $39.00
Course Fee Purpose: The course fees that are assigned to this course will pay for consumables (e.g. pipette tips and reagents), non-consumables (e.g. instrumentation), and in some cases software and instrument maintenance.
Description:

On Campus: Students will learn basic instructional and pedagogical theory as it applies to the field of medical laboratory science. Theory will be applied through collaborative learning and short presentations, as well as laboratory employee in-service training projects. Basic principles and applications of running a medical laboratory to include system approaches to management, leadership of groups, human resource management, and technical supervision will also be covered. Concepts will be reinforced through case study analysis and online discussions. Campus students will also participate as laboratory assistants in at least two lower division MLS courses, assisting the faculty in the administration of laboratory instruction, and applying instructional skills one-on-one with students entering the MLS program.

Online: Students fulfill the laboratory requirement by completing a series of management projects specifically designed for the laboratory provided in their clinical rotation.

 
Pre-requisite(s): **Acceptance into the MLS BS Program required.



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