Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science

A degree program that trains students to become medical laboratory scientists who perform laboratory tests and analyze samples to diagnose diseases and monitor treatment. The program covers various areas such as clinical chemistry, hematology, microbiology, and immunology. Students gain practical experience through clinical rotations in hospitals and laboratories.

Program Educational Objectives

The BSMLS program prepares the students to achieve career and professional growth within three to five years, as it provides a foundation for the graduates to: 

  1. develop the knowledge, skills, professional attitude, and values in the performance of clinical  laboratory procedures needed to help the physician in the proper diagnosis, treatment, prognosis,  and prevention of diseases; 
  2. acquire critical thinking skills in Medical Technology / Medical Laboratory Science; 
  3. engage in research and community-related activities; 
  4. participate in activities related to promoting the profession and actively engage in life-long learning  undertakings; and 
  5. develop collaborative and leadership qualities

Program Outcomes

A Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science graduate should be able to:

  1. demonstrate technical competence in the performance of clinical laboratory tests in aid of diagnosis, treatment, and management of diseases vis-à-vis biosafety and waste management;
  2. demonstrate analytical and critical thinking skills in the workplace
  3. engage in the collection, analysis, and projection of health information for improving the health care management system;
  4. demonstrate inter-personal skills, leadership qualities, and ethical practice of the profession
  5. apply research skills in relevant areas of Medical Technology/Medical Laboratory Science practice
  6. participate in community-oriented activities
  7. engage in life-long learning activities;
  8. demonstrate effective teaching and communicating skills.