Master of Science in Molecular Pathology
Molecular Pathology, also known as Molecular Diagnostics, is the study of medical genetics. This type of laboratory testing is used for diagnosis and prognosis of patients with inherited disease, cancer, and infectious disease. The Molecular Pathology program is a one-year, face-to-face Master of Science degree program where students learn how to perform clinical genetic analysis of human DNA in state-of-the-art laboratory facilities.
The TTUHSC Molecular Pathology training lab facility is filled with state-of-the-art equipment so you can be trained on some of the most complex gene-testing instruments available.
The Diagnostic Molecular Scientist is a professional who is qualified by academic and applied education to provide service in the molecular diagnosis of acquired, inherited and infectious diseases.
The professional curriculum of the TTUHSC MP Program consists of 42 semester equivalent hours of academic education.
Learn more about the admission requirements and how to apply.
Students need to know that we truly care about them and want them to succeed. Their
successes make us, as faculty, very proud!
Wade Redman, Ph.D., MBA, MT (ASCP)
Department Chair Laboratory Sciences and Primary Care