BSc. Medical Laboratory Science
Did you know that behind every laboratory test carried out in the hospital lies a healthcare professional, whose duty is to bring out the health status of the patient?
This healthcare professional is the medical laboratory scientist who performs chemical, haematological, immunologic, microscopic, and bacteriological diagnostic analyses on body fluids such as blood, and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), pericardial fluid, and synovial fluid, as well as other specimens.
As modern medicine advances, the horizon of the Medical Laboratory Sciences also expands and the body of knowledge pertinent to the different disciplines widens. This fact, coupled with the reliance of clinicians on laboratory testing to confirm and enhance their diagnostic skills places a great and increasing responsibility on the laboratory professional. Klintaps College offers students pursuing Medical Laboratory Sciences quality training and ultramodern facilities to develop the requisite skills needed to undertake basic clinical laboratory investigations and be able to interpret and communicate results by managing resources under minimum supervision. At Klintaps, our expert faculty train students who are competent to perform a full range of laboratory tests from simple blood screens to more complex tests to detect diseases like cancer, coronary artery disease, and diabetes.
Aims of the Programme
We aim to train highly qualified Medical Laboratory Scientists who will be able to
- Perform tests with a high level of reliability
- Ensure adherence to quality control systems
- Ensure Total Quality Management
- Develop skills that will ensure proper supervision of subordinate staff and effective communication with colleagues, patients, and the general public.
- Apply knowledge and skills with minimum supervision
Where can Medical Laboratory students work after graduation?
Applicants after completion of their study will have an array of opportunities spanning several fields including but not limited to;
It is estimated that between 2020 and 2030 that medical laboratory sciences will grow at a rate of 11 percent, which is faster than the national average of 8 percent. This means that the profession is in high demand as it offers rapid advancement, multiple employment opportunities, and a competitive salary. It is one of the top 20 best jobs and number 10 in the medical occupation category.