The DSU MLS program has established non-academic standards of performance defined as essential requirements. Through their conduct, MLS students represent Dixie State University and importantly the MLS profession and the MLS program. Accordingly, DSU MLS program students must possess knowledge, skills, and attitudes to work in a wide-ranging variety of settings where laboratory testing is performed. Consequently, to be admitted and maintain enrollment, participate in, and successfully complete the MLS program, a student must meet the program’s essential requirements.
Program Learning Outcomes
National Board Certification Examination
After completion of the University of Washington Medical Laboratory Science (MLS) Bachelor of Science Program, DSU MLS graduates are eligible to take the national certification examination in Medical Laboratory Science (MLS).
ASCP Board of Certification Exam: Examinees Pass Rate
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Graduation and Employment Rates
Some graduates choose to pursue other life opportunities which accounts for the students not employed upon graduation.
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