Educational Commitments

In order to create the appropriate educational environment, the School of  Medical Laboratory Science provides: 03B0AD29F223457D9451478B06FF3D35
  • A structured curriculum that meets NAACLS accreditation requirements
  • Physical facilities to meet the educational needs of the interns
  • Faculty who have teaching skills, like to teach, and by example, will encourage the intern to develop motivation, scientific curiosity, professional behavior and an interest in establishing meaningful goals
  • A sufficient quantity and variety of specimens, procedures, instrumentation, technology and methodology for intern practice and experience in order to achieve the competencies that embody excellence in laboratory practice
  • Resources, e.g. library facilities, textbooks, journals, conferences, instructional technology related to intern learning activities
  • Program goals; lecture, clinical rotation and professional objectives; minimum performance criteria
  • A scheduled rotation assignment at clinical laboratory facilities and a schedule of lecture presentations

The School of Medical Laboratory Science also:

  • Arranges with other laboratories for demonstration or practice in any area not represented within the School’s facilities
  • Teaches professional ethics by demonstrating technologist responsibility to the patient, community, co-workers and themselves
  • Evaluates and provides permanent records of intern performance
  • Grades and/or evaluates the intern solely upon performance measured against academic standards (Intern shall NOT be graded or performance evaluated on the basis of race, color, creed, sex or national origin)
  • Provides a mechanism for intern evaluation of facilities, faculty and curriculum
  • Provides a certificate upon satisfactory completion of the Clinical Program