The Wichita State University Medical Laboratory Sciences program is a university-based program that culminates in a Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Sciences.
Key Program Features
- Condensed program length. The 17-month professional phase consists of 12 months of instruction on the WSU campus and 5 months clinical practice at a medical facility.
- Flexible schedule. Students have flexible options such as full or part-time.
- Career advancement. Medical Laboratory Technicians (MLT) with an Associate degree can enter program with advanced standing.
- Prepare for graduate studies. This undergraduate degree is a spring board for graduate study in other health professions, such as Physician Assistant, Medical School and Pathology Assistant.
- Clinical experience. Students complete clinical practice at one or more affiliated medical facilities located in Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.
|Program Entry Point||Fall and Spring|
|Program Length||17 months (12 month professional phase and 5 months clinical practice phase)|
|Study Plan Options||Full & Part-time; All students must be full-time during the Clinical Practicum semester.|
|Application Deadline||April 1st for Fall
November 1st for Spring
|Minimum GPA to apply||2.50 overall; 2.00 or above on all program prerequisite courses|
National Certifying Exam Pass Rate
|95% (over last 3 years)|
|Graduation Rate||100% (over last 3 years)|
|Career Placement Rate||100% (over last 3 years)|
Health Insurance - All students are required to have coverage during professional program, but not required upon application.