410A Clinical Chemistry I Lecture- 2.5 Credit Hours
410B Clinical Chemistry I Laboratory- 3.5 Credit Hours
Theory and practice of analytical biochemistry as applied to pathologic states, including related methodology and instrumentation. Math and statistics involved in reagent preparation, result determination and quality control are included. Includes clinical significance.
412A Clinical Chemistry II Lecture- 1.5 Credit Hours
412B Clinical Chemistry II Laboratory- 1.5 Credit Hours
Theory and practice of analytical biochemistry as applied to urine and body fluid analysis, as well as specialized tests for drugs and endocrine function. Includes clinical significance of lab data.
420A Clinical Hematology Lecture- 2.0 Credit Hours
420B Clinical Hematology Laboratory- 3.0 Credit Hours
Study of the development, morphology and pathophysiology of the formed elements of the blood and bone marrow. Includes hematologic methods and instrumentation used in analysis of blood, bone marrow and body fluids for disease diagnosis.
430A Clinical Hemostasis Lecture- 0.5 Credit Hours
430B Clinical Hemostasis Laboratory - 0.5 Credit Hours
Study of the platelet, vascular, coagulation and fibrinolytic systems, including lab analysis and application of principles to disease diagnosis and therapeutic monitoring.
440A Clinical Immunohematology Lecture- 1.0 Credit Hours
440B Clinical Immunohematology Laboratory - 3.0 Credit Hours
Study of red cell antigen systems, antibody screening and identification, compatibility testing and immunopathologic conditions. Includes lab analysis, donor requirements, and current practices in component preparation and hemotherapy.
450A Clinical Immunology Lecture- 1.0 Credit Hours
450B Clinical Immunology Laboratory - 2.0 Credit Hours
Review of the protective and adversive aspects of the cellular and humoral immune responses. Theory and performance of immunological procedures and clinical significance of test results are included. Includes theory and practice of selected molecular diagnostic procedures.
460A Clinical Microbiology I Lecture - 3.0 Credit Hours
460B Clinical Microbiology I Laboratory - 2.0 Credit Hours
Theory and practice of the isolation and identification of pathogenic bacteria, rickettsia and mycobacteria in clinical specimen cultures using morphology, biochemical and serological reactions. Drug susceptibility and clinical significance are included.
462A Clinical Microbiology II Lecture - 1.5 Credit Hours
462B Clinical Microbiology II Laboratory - 1.5 Credit Hours
Theory and practice of the isolation and identification of fungi, parasites and viruses in clinical specimen cultures using morphology, biochemical and serological methods. Clinical significance and epidemiology are included.
470A Special Topics in Clinical Laboratory Science - 1.0 Credit Hour
Issues of professional significance, including medical ethics, theory and practice of phlebotomy, laboratory safety and clinical research and/or methods evaluation.
480A Clinical Management & Education - 1.0 Credit Hour
Principles and practice of management and education are presented as related to the clinical laboratory. Interviewing skills, resume development, and applications of computers and information systems are included.