b"Credit(s): 3MLT 1314 - Hematology ICredit(s): 4This course will provide students withCredit(s): 4This course is the study of human additional knowledge and informationbiochemistry as an aid in the in the area of techniques.(3,3,0)This course is a study of the functiondiagnosis of disease processes. It of blood, morphology, and maturationincludes chemistry procedures MGT 2233 - Massageof normal cells, blood cell counts,performed on body fluids or aiding in Therapy IVdifferentials of white cells, and blooddiagnosis of disease processes. collection and handling.Prerequisites:MLT 1413 . (4,3,2) Credit(s): 3Prerequisites: MLT 1212, 2612, BIO 2514, CHE 1214. (4,3,2)MLT 2424 -This course will provide students withImmunohematology additional knowledge and informationMLT 1324 - Hematology II in the area of techniques.(3,3,0)Credit(s): 4 Credit(s): 4 Medical LaboratoryThis course includes collection, This course includes the study ofprocessing, storage, and utilization of Technology (MLT)abnormal cell morphology andblood components. It also includes the diseases involving blood cells, teststudy of immunological principles and MLT 1112 - Fundamentals ofprocedures used in laboratoryprocedures for blood typing, cross Medical Laboratorydiagnosis of hematological disease,matching, antibody detection, normal and abnormal hemostasis, andidentification, and investigation of Technology/Phlebotomydiagnostic procedures for evaluationhemolytic disease of the fetus and of bleeding abnormalities andnewborn. Prerequisites: MLT 1314, Credit(s): 2anticoagulant therapy. Prerequisites:MLT 1413(4,2,4) MLT 1314, MLT 1413; (4,2,4) The course includes an overview ofMLT 2522 - Pathogenic the field of Medical LaboratoryMLT 1413 -Microbiology I Technology, as well as familiarization with laboratory safety, microscopes,Immunology/Serology glassware, and equipment. It alsoCredit(s): 2 includes laboratory organization,Credit(s): 3 medical ethics, and employmentBasic skills, principles, and opportunities. Basic laboratoryThis course covers the science oftechniques for the staining, culturing, specimen collection techniques areimmunology and serology through theisolation, and identification of introduced. (2,0,4)study of theories and processes relatedparasites, viruses, and fungi of to natural body defenses. Included aremedical importance are emphasized in MLT 1212 - Urinalysis Bodybasic antigen-antibody reactions,this course.This course covers the complement action, cellular response,morphology, physiology life cycles, Fluidshumoral immune response, and theand epidemiology of parasites with basic serological procedures used toemphasis on human pathogenic Credit(s): 2aid in the detection of certain diseases.parasites.Identification of the Throughout this course, specialparasites, viruses, and fungi from This course is an introduction toemphasis is placed on correlatinghuman material is also included.urinalysis and laboratory analysis oflaboratory results with the patient's(2,1,2) miscellaneous body fluids. It includesprobable condition. Prerequisites: the basic principles of routine andMLT 1212, 2612, BIO 2514, CHEMLT 2614 - Pathogenic special urine tests and specimen1214. (3,2,2)Microbology II examination through laboratory work. Theory and test profiles are alsoMLT 1514 - Clinical presented for miscellaneous bodyCredit(s): 4 fluids with correlation to diseasedChemistry states. (2,1,2)Basic skills, principles, and techniques for the staining, culturing, 324"