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Overview

The Dual Degree Program in Medical Laboratory Science Cooperative Program is a collaborative effort with Idaho State University.

This program will challenge you to:

  • Prepare for a successful career in medical laboratory science.
  • Pursue a complementary major at the C of I along with program prerequisites.
  • Complete PEAK minors in Social Sciences & History and Humanities & Fine Arts, in addition to required prerequisite courses.
Humanities & Fine Arts Social Sciences & History Natural Sciences & Mathematics Professional Studies & Enhancements
Major
Idaho State University Dual Degree in Medical Laboratory Science (BS/BS)

Peaks this program fulfills

  • Professional Studies & Enhancements

Courses and Requirements

View this degree in the course catalog

Prerequisite Requirements

To be completed at The College of Idaho

Course ID Course Name Number of Credits
BIO-201 Biology I: Molecules to Cells 3 credits
BIO-201L Molecules to Cells Lab 1 credits
  or  
BIO-210L Molecules to Cells Research-Based Lab 1 credits
     
BIO-202 Organismal Biology 3 credits
BIO-202L Organismal Biology 1 credits
BIO-224 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 3 credits
BIO-224L Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab 1 credits
BIO-225 Human Anatomy and Physiology II 3 credits
BIO-225L Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab 1 credits
BIO-316 Genetics 3 credits
BIO-330 Cell Biology 3 credits
BIO-360 Microbiology 3 credits
BIO-360L Microbiology Lab 1 credits
BIO-361 Pathobiology 3 credits
BIO-365 Immunology 3 credits
CHE-141 General Chemistry I 4 credits
CHE-142 General Chemistry II 4 credits
     
MAT-125 Data Analysis and Statistics 3 credits
  or  
MAT-212 Multiple Regression Analysis 3 credits
     
MAT-150 Applied Calculus: a Modeling Approach 4 credits

 

8 additional credits in Chemistry selected from Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, or Analytical Chemistry.

 

Note: 16 credits upper-division coursework from above list must be taken at The College of Idaho

 

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