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Hematology Certificate Program

Overview

Students who have a BS with at least 30 science credits can earn a graduate certificate to gain mastery of the technical and analytical skills in Hematology.

Hematologists analyze the function and formation of red and white blood cells and other elements of blood and body fluids; they also monitor the com­ponents of the coagulation system. Their expertise provides physicians and other healthcare profession­als with the information necessary to ensure that each patient is receiving individualized treatment.

Curriculum

Select an accelerated (3-semester, full-time) or an extended (5-semester, part-time) schedule.

Curriculum – Hematology Certificate - Accelerated Option

Fall Semester Semester Credits
LS 303  Fundamental Clinical and Experimental Techniques 3
MT 531  Immunology 3
MT 541  Hematology I 3
Total 9
 
Spring Semester Semester Credits
LS 613  Pathology 2
MT 507  Clinical and Molecular Laboratory Techniques 4
MT 543  Hematology II 3
Total 9
 
Summer Session Semester Credits
LS 610  Regulatory and Fiscal Issues in Laboratory Management 3
LS 812   Practicum (Hematology) 2
Total 5
 
Total Credits for Graduate Certificate in Hematology 23

Curriculum – Hematology Certificate - Extended Option

Fall Semester Semester Credits
LS 303  Fundamental Clinical and Experimental Techniques 3
MT 531  Immunology 3
Total 6
 
Spring Semester Semester Credits
LS 613  Pathology 2
MT 507  Clinical and Molecular Laboratory Techniques 4
Total 6
 
Summer Session Semester Credits
LS 610  Regulatory and Fiscal Issues in Laboratory Management 3
 
Fall Semester Semester Credits
MT 541  Hematology I 3
 
Spring Semester Semester Credits
MT 543  Hematology II 3
LS 812   Practicum (Hematology) 2
Total 5
 
Total Credits for Graduate Certificate in Hematology 23

Contact

Jennifer Raab
Assistant Director
of Admissions
jennifer.raab@jefferson.edu


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