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MLS 425/525         Cr. 3
Molecular Pathology
A course on the composition, structure, function, and characteristics of DNA. Emphasis will be placed on clinical laboratory methods used to isolate, amplify, manipulate, and analyze DNA sequences in order to integrate theory and practice. Prerequisites: admission to M.S. Biology: Clinical Microbiology or admission to MLS program. Lect. 8, Lab. 30. Offered summer session.
MLS 430/530         Cr. 2
Medical Laboratory Management and Education
A course designed to introduce the student to the principles of laboratory administration. The seminar-format course will focus on human resource management, financial management, operations management, and education methodologies appropriate for the supervisor and laboratory manager. Prerequisite: admission to M.S. Biology: Clinical Microbiology or admission to MLS program. Offered Sem. II. 

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