The certificate and associate degree programs will articulate to many state and national universities as transferable university level courses. The Arizona Course Applicability System provides information on courses, course equivalencies, and program requirements at all public universities in Arizona. This website can provide you with information on how your specific coursework will transfer and apply toward a degree program.
Arizona State University and Phoenix College have established an innovative partnership program for students to earn a Bachelor of Applied Science in Medical Laboratory Science. The program enables students to complete 90 credits through the community college and 30 credits through ASU.
The ASU-PC Medical Laboratory Science Pathway provides the list of academic courses or pathway for students to earn a BAS in Medical Laboratory Science. Please review this pathway prior to meeting with the Academic Success Specialist or Adviser.
To learn more about the program, please contact Bernadette Teran, ASU Medical Laboratory Science Academic Success Specialist, email address is Bernadette.Teran@asu.edu , and office number 602.496.3300
The ASU Medical Laboratory Science Program Director is Jeff Wolz, M.Ed., MT(ASCP). Jeff Wolz - office number is 602.285.7865, and email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
- ASU Medical Laboratory Science Program web site
- Arizona State University Student Services
- Learn more: Phoenix to ASU Transfer Information
DeVry University offers a tuition stipend of $1,000 per quarter to Phoenix College students with an associate degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences and a "B" average or better in the MLS programmatic courses who choose to pursue their baccalaureate degree in Clinical Laboratory Sciences through DeVry University.