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Upon successful match with the Beaumont School of Medical Laboratory Science, final admission into the program will be dependent upon completion of all required coursework, a physical examination performed by the Beaumont department of Employee Health & Safety, completion of a pre-orientation clinical competency assignment and payment of tuition (or return of tuition waiver agreement). The student will be declined their offered position in the program if any of these criteria are not met.


Academic coursework 

Students accepted into the program must have successfully completed all required university coursework – didactic and laboratory - as identified under the Academic Requirements.

Students will also be requested to submit a final, official transcript and copy of college diploma before the program start date. The official transcript must indicate the title of the degree earned and date the degree was conferred.


Physical exam

Non-employee students accepted in to the program will be required to pass a physical health examination through occupational health services before beginning the program. The examination includes, but is not limited to: general physical examination; chest x-ray; blood and urinalysis tests; tuberculosis (TB) testing; drug, alcohol and nicotine screening; evidence of immunity to rubella, mumps, varicella zoster, rubeola and pertussis.

In addition, students will be required to receive (or show proof) of COVID-19, Hepatitis B, influenza, Tdap and Meningitis vaccination. Accepted students who test positive for drugs, alcohol or nicotine will be declined their offered position in the program.


Tuition payment

Refer to the Fees and Scholarships section.

 


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