Dr. Katherine Wydner, Coordinator
Saint Peter’s University and Rutgers University offer a collaborative program leading to the Bachelor of Science in clinical laboratory sciences with a concentration in medical laboratory science. Clinical laboratory science majors complete all pre-professional and general education requirements at Saint Peter’s University before beginning the 12 to 15 month (4 semesters) of clinical/professional training at the Rutgers School of Health Professions and affiliated clinical/research facilities.
Requirements for Clinical Laboratory Sciences Major, Concentration in Medical Laboratory Science
Degree of Bachelor of Science
Twelve of the required credits for the major count towards the Core Curriculum Requirements.
|General Biology I 1
|General Biology I Lab
|General Biology II 1
|General Biology II Lab
|Principles of Anatomy and Physiology
|Principles of Anatomy and Physiology Lab
|Cell and Molecular Biology
|Cell & Molecular Bio Lab
|General Chem and Qualitative Analysis 1
|Gen Chem and Qualitative Analysis 1 Lab
|General Chem and Qualitative Analysis 2
|Gen Chem and Qualitative Analysis 2 Lab
|Organic Chemistry I
|Organic Chemistry I Lab
|Statistics for Life Sciences 2
|Calculus for the Life Sciences 2
|Select one Elective at 200-level or above with one of the following prefixes (BC, BI, CH, PC) or choose a MA Elective above MA-133.
Special Notes on Core Curriculum Requirements.
May count towards the Core Natural Science Requirement.
May count towards the Core Mathematics Requirement.
Special Note on Requirements for the Concentration in Medical Laboratory Science
It is strongly recommended to take a Biochemistry lab course and to take BI-325 and BI-326 Advanced Topics in Anatomy and Physiology with lab.