The online Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Hematology for Medical Laboratory Science (MLS) requires completion of 18 credit hours. Completion of the certificate qualifies the graduate to take the Technologist in Hematology examination offered by national certifying agencies.
Admitted students complete required courses on a part-time, lock-step basis. Courses in the major (Phase I) are designed to broaden the student's foundation in the sciences in preparation for the clinical phase of the program (PhaseII). All courses are taught online, with the exception of the clinical practicum.
|MLS 4141||MLS 4130, 4131||MLS 4162|
|MLS 4151||MLS 4158||MLS 4166|
To maintain the academic integrity of the program, the GW MLS program requires that students use a web-based remote proctoring system called Remote Proctor NOW in every MLS-designated course throughout the program. Additional information on this system from Software Secure, Inc. can be found at this address: http://www.softwaresecure.com/product/remote-proctor-now/. See below the IT requirements to use Remote Proctor Now.
The clinical practicum (Phase II) is usually taken on a full-time basis. Students are typically in a clinical laboratory eight hours per day (daytime hours), five days per week. Admitted students must be able to fulfill the necessary time requirement for the practicum.
Coursework at GW (18 credit hours)
No previous transfer credit or work experience may be considered for these required classes.
- MLS 4130: Hematology I (3 credits)
- MLS 4131: Hematology II (3 credits)
- MLS 4141: Immunology & Serology (3 credits)
- MLS 4151: Molecular Diagnostics (3 credits)
- MLS 4158: Lab Management and Operations (3 credits)
- MLS 4162: Hematology Practicum (2 credits)
- MLS 4166: Coagulation Practicum (1 credit)
ASCP MLS Board of Certification Examination First Time Pass Rates:
100% of students who enter Phase II of the MLS program graduate
Greate than 95% of graduates are employed in the field within three months of program completion