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Prepares students for transition to entry-level clinical laboratory scientist employment. Exposes students to information on NY State licensure, and National Board of Certification (BOC) examination preparation, job search strategies including resume writing, and interviewing preparation. National BOC and other published examination review sources will be used as framework for students to practice and develop experience with the dynamics of analysis and synthesis of laboratory produced data from multiple clinical laboratory areas (i.e. chemistry, immunohematology, microbiology, etc.) and professional organizations. Case study methods will be used for didactic content regarding teaching techniques. Students will create and present a case study unit. . Prerequisites: Admission to Undergraduate CLS Program; HAD 313, 315, 380, 381, 411, 412, 414, 416, and 425.
General Education Area(s): Basic Communication
Course Area: Health
Level: Upper Level Undergraduate
Dates: 08-28-2023 - 12-15-2023
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- Instructor: Tess Smith
- Local Course ID: 23FA_STB_HAD493_04
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