For a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Laboratory Science, the student must complete three years of prescribed college work (94 hours) and a one-year internship in an approved School of Medical Technology.
The below degree curriculum meets the requirements of the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Services (NAACLS), completion of which are required prior to acceptance to an approved hospital for the internship. Students must apply to an Accredited School of medical Technology not later than October 15 of the junior year of college.
Upon completion of the internship, the student takes a Board of Certification examination administered by the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP). Upon passage the student is certified as a Medical Laboratory Scientist, M.L.S. (ASCP) and becomes a fully accredited member of the medical team. Full college credit will be given for the internship year and applied toward the Bachelor of Science Degree.
Listed below are the hospitals of affiliation for the Medical Technology/Clinical Laboratory Science Program:
Comanche County Memorial Hospital, Lawton
St. Francis Hospital, Tulsa
Valley View Hospital, Ada