Homepage  /  IVF & Embryology Courses  /  MSc - Part Time & Distance Learning

Reproductive Laboratory Science - University of Kentucky, USA


Lexington, USA
Visitor Comments | Add to Favorites | Refer to Friends

Reproductive Laboratory Science - University of Kentucky, USA

The Master of Science degree prepares the graduate for supervisory and advanced technical positions in assisted reproductive laboratory technology (ART) and related fields in research, industry and marketing. The curriculum consists of 11-16 credit hours in science and statistics and 19-22 credit hours of lecture and laboratory courses in RLS.? The curriculum consists of a combination of distance learning and campus based modules.? In addition to the six?RLS core faculty, lecturers throughout the United States contribute to the curriculum, instructing in their area of expertise. These professionals are ART and clinical laboratorians, laboratory managers, researchers, ethicists, attorneys and policy analysts. Directors and supervisors in andrology laboratories and ART laboratories, appointed as clinical faculty by the University of Kentucky, supervise RLS students in the clinical practica.

Admission Requirements and Procedures

Applicants must meet all requirements for admission for the Graduate School at the University of Kentucky and apply for admission to both the Graduate School and the Clinical Sciences Graduate Program.

Request Clinical Sciences Program applications from Director of Graduate Studies-Reproductive Laboratory Science Program.

Clinical Sciences Graduate Program
University of Kentucky
900 S. Limestone Room 209
Lexington, Kentucky 40536-0200

Applicants to the Reproductive Laboratory Science?Graduate Program must hold a baccalaureate degree in clinical laboratory science, or a Bachelor degree in science with acceptable laboratory experience. Admission to the Clinical
Sciences Graduate Program is based upon.



The University of Kentucky is committed to a policy of providing educational opportunities to all qualified students regardless of economic or social status, and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, marital status, beliefs, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or physical or mental disability.

Tuition and Fees

Information on current tuition and fees for graduate students may be found at the Graduate School website.

For students seeking a graduate degree, the
University of Kentucky now offers merit
scholarships
to new non-resident students who meet certain academic
requirements.? The merit scholarships? make tuition costs for non-resident students the same as the tuition for resident students .? To be eligible for the
scholarships applicants have
  • An earned bachelor's degree
  • An undergraduate GPA of 3.25 or higher on a
    4.00 scale
  • A cumulative GPA of at least 3.25 in prior
    graduate studies


Please review the website for href="http://www.rgs.uky.edu/gs/KGS.html">merit scholarships for current
application deadlines for the Kentucky Graduate Scholarship.

All non-resident applicants automatically will be considered for the scholarships.? For more information contact the Graduate School.
Requirements:


Course website:
http://www2.mc.uky.edu/cls/RLS/CS_Grad_Program_RLS.htm

Address:
University of Kentucky
College of Health Science, 900 S. Limestone Room 209
Lexington KY
USA
40536-0003

Phone: 859 257-4613
Fax:
E-mail: Contact Kim Campbell
Customer Reviews (0)
write a review
(No reviews found. You may write the first one!)


Join Our Newsletter - Don't Miss Anything!!!

Stay in touch with the latest news by subscribing to our regular email newsletters