Join our Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences for information sessions about graduate and undergraduate educational programs on Friday, Feb. 16 in room 006 of Willard Hall Education Building (25 N College Ave, Newark, DE 19716). A session on our undergraduate programs runs from 3:30 to 4:30 followed by a graduate programs session from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Prospective undergraduate and graduate students can hear directly from Medical Laboratory Sciences’ faculty, staff and current students about how these unique programs are preparing tomorrow’s workforce in the biomedical sectors.
Please register in advance. Refreshments will be provided.
Undergraduate offerings include Applied Molecular Biology & Biotechnology, Medical Laboratory Science, and Medical Diagnostics. The coursework includes hands-on experience in their respective fields. Some majors offer guaranteed internships or opportunities to engage in global health or patient care.
Graduate programs include master of science and Ph.D. programs in Medical Sciences. Each of these offer flexible curricula that allow students to tailor their academic program to their specific interests. Master of science students can focus on laboratory administration, teaching, advanced skills practice or research. Now entering its sixth year, the Ph.D. program supports students whose research ranges from the bench to the bedside — all with an interdisciplinary approach.
We will also offer future information sessions on Mar. 16, Apr. 13, and May 18 at the same time and location.