Molecular Pathology Curriculum and Program Requirements | Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

Curriculum

Summer I Semester
Course Designation Credit Hours
HPMP 5406 Molecular Biology of the Cell 4 hours
HPMP 5300 Research Design and Statistical Analysis 4 hours
HPMP 5100 Issues in Molecular Pathology 1 hour
HPMP 5104 Laboratory Fundamentals 1 hour
Total Hours 9 hours
Fall Semester
Course Designation Credit Hours
HPMP 5805 Applied Molecular Techniques I 8 hours
HPMP 5407 Principles of Molecular Pathology 4 hours
HPMP 5309 Human Molecular Genetics 3 hours
HPMP 5341 Graduate Research I 3 hours
Total Hours 18 hours
Spring Semester
Course Designation Credit Hours
HPMP 5408 Applied Molecular Techniques II 4 hours
HPMP 5301 Management of the Molecular Laboratory 3 hours
HPMP 5102 Graduate Seminar 1 hours
HPMP 5441 Graduate Research II 4 hours
HPMP 5342 Clinical Preceptorship 3 hours
Total Hours 15 hours
Combined Total Hours
  Credit Hours
CURRICULUM TOTAL 42 HOURS

A student must have the permission of the program director to be concurrently enrolled in another university while a student at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.

Technical Standards

Ability to meet these Technical Standards is required for admission into the Molecular Pathology Program and must be maintained throughout the terms a student is enrolled in the program.

The Molecular Pathology Program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences  (NAACLS), 5600 N. River Rd, Suite 720, Rosemont, IL 60018 Info@naacls.org / NAACLS

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