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Prerequisite Coursework Evaluation
School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
Division of Medical Laboratory Science prerequisite courses at Kent State University.

Applicants for admission to the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Division of Medical Laboratory Science Coordinated Graduate Program, at The Ohio State University must meet the course requirements listed below. These requirements can be satisfied by courses taken as indicated, when completed with the grade of C- or better. In some cases, there may not be a published equivalence for a prerequisite course listed. In these cases, please click on the Contact Transfer Credit Coordinator link to find the transfer credit coordinator who can best assist you.

The information provided below is derived from transfer credit equivalencies available on the Transferology website (https://www.transferology.com/welcome.htm), a course equivalency tool utilized by Ohio State and many other universities. This does not imply transfer credit equivalencies and is not intended to provide a guarantee that these university courses will subsequently be evaluated as equivalent to specific Ohio State courses. Rather, completion of these courses will satisfy the program prerequisites and thereby insure that the applicant has the academic preparation for advanced study in the professional program.


Course at Ohio State Course at Kent State University
PREREQUISITES FOR ADMISSION
BIOLOGY 1113 BSCI 10110, BSCI 10120 or BSCI 10120
CHEM 1210, CHEM 1220 CHEM 10060, CHEM 10061, CHEM 10062, CHEM 10063 or CHEM 10960, CHEM 10961
CHEM 2510 and BIOCHEM 4511 or MOLBIOCH 3311, 3312 Contact Departmental Transfer Credit Coordinator
MATH 1150 Contact Departmental Transfer Credit Coordinator
MICRBIO 4000 BSCI 30171
MOLGEN 4500 BSCI 30156
STAT 1450 MATH 10041 or MATH 30011 or MIS 24056 or PSYC 21621


Revised: June 2018

SPECIAL NOTES
Those courses denoted with an * are not required of applicants who have a baccalaureate degree or will have one prior to entrance into the professional program and are pursuing the certificate program.

All science courses taken require a lab component.

This evaluation is valid for the current application cycle only. Evaluated courses and the transferability of these courses can change, at any time, due to course content and re-evaluation. After this date, it may be necessary to contact the Admissions Office for course or program changes. If you have any questions, please contact: Graduate and Professional Admissions at:

Graduate and Professional Admissions
Student Academic Services Building, 1st Floor
281 West Lane Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1132
614-292-9444
gpadmissions@osu.edu

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