Students Program Outcomes/CLS Student Handbook The last three active years of 2019, 2020, and 2021 NAACLS program outcomes for both MLT and MLS programs can be found in the handbook linked below. Program outcomes include graduation rates, graduation placement rates, and certification exam pass rates. The MLT program outcomes can be found on pages 11-12, and the MLS program outcomes can be found on pages 13-14. CLS Student Handbook 2021.22 Online Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science Policies Additional specific information for students entering the online BS in MLS program is included here: Online BS in Medical Laboratory Science (MLS) Policies 2022 Curriculum Plans Curriculum for students progressing through the Marshall University MLT program, and then progressing to the online MLS program: MLT to online MLS Curriculum 2022 Curriculum for students transferring from other NAACLS accredited MLT programs, into the Marshall University online BS in MLS program: BS in MLS Curriculum Transfer Students 2022 CLS Scholarship Opportunities Mary W. George Scholarship Information Packet Mary W. George Scholarship Application Dr. Linda G. Brown Endowed Scholarship Information Packet Dr. Linda G. Brown Endowed Scholarship Application Essential Functions In addition to the academic requirements, there are “essential functions” (non-academic requirements) that MLT and MLS students must possess so that they will be capable of achieving the objectives of the program and the profession, and so they will not be endangered, not will they endanger others in the course of their regular work. A student in the MLT or MLS program must possess the following essential functions: Manual Dexterity: Must possess the ability to use hand(s) or prosthetic devices with coordination. Tasks that could be required are, but are not limited to 1) performing simple manipulative skills such as washing, writing, streaking plates, etc. 2) performing moderately difficult manipulative skills such as positioning patients for phlebotomy procedures, using computer keyboards, etc. 3) performing difficult manipulative skills such as invasive procedures, calibration of equipment, pulling, pushing and lifting objects greater than 20 pounds, etc. Fine Motor Skills: Must possess the ability to safely and accurately perform all laboratory procedures, manipulate tools, instruments, small objects and other equipment in the laboratory with fingertips or adaptive devices. Mobility: Ability to maneuver around instruments and objects in the classroom and laboratory, as well as in the health care setting/clinical laboratory. Visual Discrimination: The student must be able to read charts and graphs, read instrument scales, discriminate colors, read microscopic materials, distinguish cloudy from clear and record results. Hearing: Must possess the ability to adapt with assistive devices. Reading: Must possess the ability to read, comprehend and follow directions in printed English. Speech: Must possess the ability to verbally communicate effectively in English. Writing: Must possess the ability to communicate in written form in English. Emotional Stability: Must possess the ability to work accurately and safely under stress, adapt to changing environments and prioritize tasks. Travel Requirements: Must possess the ability to travel to required education/training destinations, such as the classroom, or clinical facility.