The Corewell Health School of Medical Laboratory Science 46-week clinical laboratory education program is now accepting applications. This program is designed for post-baccalaureate, non-MLS degree candidates. 16-20 students are accepted per class. They are currently interviewing for the class that will start in January 2024.
Applicants must be highly motivated, self-directed learners who will be able to commit to this rigorous 40-hour per week program (Monday-Friday) consisting of a dedicated lecture series in the first half and clinical laboratory rotations in the second half of the program – including weekly exams. Students who successfully complete the program are eligible to apply for the Medical Laboratory Scientist certification exam offered by the American Society for Clinical Pathology Board of Certification and seek employment in numerous clinical laboratory disciplines.
- Download the Student Application, Academic Course Plan, Recommendation Form, and Essential Functions documents from the MTIMPM website at https://mtimpm.natsci.msu.edu/
- Return the completed application via e-mail to Kim Dale: [email protected] (or via U.S. mail per address provided on application).
- Request official transcripts be sent to the program director: [email protected]
- We will follow up via e-mail to schedule an on-site interview upon review and approval of all requested documents. ADMISSIONS:
- Applications will be accepted April 1 through August 15.
- Interviews will be conducted June 1 through September 30.
- Student Match Registration forms must be mailed and postmarked to MTIMPM by October 5.
- Interviewed applicants will be notified of the match results in early November.
- Tuition is $5,000 and may be waived for a 2-year work agreement with any of our Corewell Health campuses.
The program’s goals are to graduate individuals who will:
- Pass the national certification examination to enter professional practice.
- Be competent, entry-level laboratory professionals.
- Support and promote the Beaumont Values of Compassion, Respect, Integrity, Teamwork and Excellence.
- Recognize the role of the medical laboratory scientist in the assurance of high quality, efficient, and accessible healthcare services to all patient populations.
- Possess a commitment to continuing medical laboratory education.
- Contribute to the improvement of laboratory services and processes to meet the challenges of the changing healthcare environment.