This supervised practicum is within the medical setting and provides laboratory practice in medical chemistry and immunology. Emphasis is placed on clinical skills and performance in areas such as computerized instrumentation and the ability to recognize technical problems. Upon completion, students should be able to perform biochemical analyses by various methods, including testing utilizing computer-oriented instrumentation, report test results, manage patient data and quality control statistics using information systems. This is a CORE course.
Admission to the Program and Permission of Instructor