Program Effectiveness Outcomes

Board Pass Rates

Graduates of the medical laboratory science major (MLS) are candidates eligible to earn a national board certification credential for medical laboratory science. The pass rates represent success within one-year of graduation for both the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Board of Certification (BOC), and for the American Medical Technologists (AMT) examinations. The MLS program completion and graduation is in December.

Graduating Class

Total Number of graduates sitting for AMT and ASCP-BOC exams

Total number of graduates certified  AMT or ASCP-BOC within first year of graduation

Pass Rate

2023           TBD         TBD         TBD

2022

            6

            5

            83%

2021

            6

            6

100%

2020

            3

            3

100%

2019

            10

            10

100%

Graduation Rates

The MLS graduation rate represents students who have begun the final half of the program in January who successfully graduate the subsequent December of the same year.

Graduating Class

 Number of Students

 Number of Graduates

 Graduation Rate

2023

           5             5             100%

2022

            6

            6

            100%

2021

            6

            6

            100%

2020

            3

            3

            100%

2019

            10

            10

            100%

Graduate Placement Rates

The MLS major placement rate represents graduates who either find employment in the field or a closely related field (for those who seek employment),or continue their education within one year of graduation.

Graduating Class

 Number of Graduates

 Positive Placement

 Placement Rate

2023

            5            5             100%

2022

            6

            6

            100%

2021

            6

            6

             100%

2020

            3

            3

             100%

2019

            10

            10

             100%

 

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