School: Pre-Professional Programs
Degree Type: Bachelors Degree
Format: In-Person
Student Type: Traditional Undergraduate

A degree in Pre-Medical Laboratory Science prepares students for a career that has many opportunities for specialization within the allied health field. Pre-Medical Laboratory Science offers rapid advancement, multiple employment opportunities and a competitive salary. Warner Pacific University is excited to partner with Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT) for an early admission track into the Medical Laboratory Science professional program. Students begin their studies at Warner Pacific with introductory science and liberal arts coursework, completing an Associate Degree in Life Sciences. Upon successful completion of three years of coursework, they transfer to OIT for four academic quarters of clinical course work and externships. This program is designed for first-time freshmen, but transfer students are accepted on a case-by-case basis.

Pre-Medical Laboratory Science Courses
(In addition to Warner Pacific Core Studies Requirements)
BIO 211 | General Biology I | 4 credits
OR BIO 221 | Human Anatomy and Physiology I | 4 credits
BIO 212 | General Biology II | 4 credits
OR BIO 222 | Human Anatomy and Physiology II | 4 credits
BIO 370 | Microbiology | 4 credits
MA 115 | Precalculus | 4 credits
MA 342 | Statistical Methods | 4 credits
CHEM 211 | General Chemistry I | 4 credits
CHEM 212 | General Chemistry II | 4 credits
HE 200 | Medical Terminology | 3 credits
COMM 220 | Public Speaking | 3 credits
EN 101 | College Composition | 3 credits
EN 200 | Advanced Composition: Argument | 3 credits
BI 151 | The Bible as Literature | 3 credits
HUM 210/211/212/213/310 | Humanities Colloquy | 3 credits
SOC 340 | Race and Ethnic Relations | 3 credits
PSY 140/141 | General Psychology | 3 credits
OR HD 230 | Life Span Human Development | 3 credits
HE 150 | Personal Health and Fitness | 2 credits
CHEM 301 | Organic Chemistry I | 4 credits
CHEM 302 | Organic Chemistry II | 4 credits
BIO 250 | Genetics | 4 credits
OR BIO 330 | Cell Biology | 4 credits
OR CHEM 412 | Biochemistry | 4 credits
BIO 310 | Immunology | 4 credits
BIO 410 | Scientific Writing | 3 credits
OR COMM 261 | Organizational Writing and Presentation | 3 credits
HCA/REL/SOC 352 | Society, Health and Bioethics | 3 credits
OR HCA/SOC 341 | Professional Ethics | 3 credits
OR PHIL 300 | Ethics | 3 credits
COMM 200 | Interpersonal Communication | 2 credits

Faculty

Beth DuPriest
Dr. Beth DuPriest

Professor of Biology; Chair of Natural Sciences & Health
Division of: Natural Sciences & Health
Phone: 503-517-1072

Smirla Ramos-Montanez

Dr. Smirla Ramos-Montañez

Assistant Professor of Biology
Division of: Natural Sciences & Health
Phone: 503-517-1027

Brad Tripp

Dr. Brad Tripp

Professor of Biology
Division of: Natural Sciences & Health
Phone: 503-517-1070

 

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