A bachelor’s degree is considered a necessary step in obtaining a range of career goals. After completing a degree, graduates have the opportunity to enter the work force or to continue their education in a master’s or doctorate program. The course of study can incorporate a combination of classroom and hands-on learning.
What is a Bachelor in Medical Laboratory? Laboratory scientists are an important piece in the diagnosis and management of diseases. A degree in the field will prepare you to work with a range of medical equipment as you engage in diagnostic pathology and research. Students will encounter both classroom and laboratory settings during their studies. These programs typically last eight to ten semesters, and frequently, institutions will assist in professional placement after graduation.
Positions in the field of laboratory science offer strong salaries and an engaging scientific work environment. In order to obtain a degree in the field, applicants must have a bachelor’s degree that demonstrates their applicable experience.
The cost of completing a program varies greatly between institutions, and it is important to research the costs to find the best fit for you. Length of program and location may affect cost, so students should contact their school for specific cost information.
After they have completed their degree, many students continue their studies in the field and obtain further knowledge along with increased opportunity. There are different but specific fields to choose from, and graduates can find entry-level positions in each after graduation. Individuals work in both laboratory and hospital settings, and many work in public health organizations, non-profit organizations or pharmaceutical corporations.
There are a number of institutions that offer a Bachelor in Medical Laboratory, so it is important to investigate a range of schools. To begin, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Bachelor of Health Sciences – Medical Laboratory Sciences is a four year under graduate program that aims at developing health professionals competent to work in multi-disciplinary health care settings with skills specific to medical laboratories. [+]
Applicants must have either Life Sciences/ Physical Sciences or both subject to gain entry into this programme. [+]
The programme teaches the student to produce and interpret images using high frequency sound. Management and research methodology add to the range of skills gained during the programme. [+]
The programme is designed to build onto knowledge already acquired at Diploma level and will equip the student with knowledge in advanced radiographic procedures. Management and research methodology add to the range of skills gained during the programme. [+]
Breaking interiors and investigate structures is working for Technologist in Radiology. Knowing the human body, analyze metal structures, operate radioactive sources are some of the professional activities formed in the area. [+]
The Faculty of Engineering has made sure that the Department of Medical Engineering would have a distinguished study plan finely tuned to the demands of the local and regional work market, and to the needs of the graduates to pursue graduate work. [+]
This Department was founded in 1991 as part of the Faculty of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences. It offers a Bachelor’s Degree in medical analysis with 142 credit hours spread over four academic years. In addition to basic science laboratories, the Department labs include the following: pathology laboratory, microbiology laboratory, hematology laboratory, clinical biochemistry laboratory, parasitology laboratory, hormones laboratory, and immunology laboratory. [+]
Medical Laboratory Science (MLS) program provides an opportunity for education and training in all of the major disciplines of medical [+]
Take the first step towards your biomedical research career with this Honours program. The Honours year requires you to present a thesis for your major... [+]
Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Laboratory Medicine) (Honours)
Take the first step towards your biomedical research career with this Honours program.The Honours year requires you to present a thesis for your major assessment.The collaboration between our School of Medical Sciences and the new Health Innovations Research Institute (HIRi) offers you exciting opportunities for world-class biomedical and biotechnical research using state-of-the-art equipment and facilities at Bundoora campus west.
Learning and teaching
The School of Medical Sciences and Health Innovations Research Institute (HIRi) are major hubs for biomedical research at Bundoora campus west. They house several internationally recognised research groups (with ERA ratings of 4 and 5) and conduct multidisciplinary and collaborative research to address key health issues in the Australian community.RMIT offers a variety of learning and teaching approaches including lectures, seminars, studios, workshops, presentations, group discussions and syndicate work. These are primarily in English.You'll have access to online resources through the myRMIT student portal.Ongoing assessment throughout the semester includes examinations, essays, reports, oral classes, presentations, group projects, research projects, laboratory projects and practical assignments.... [-]
This vocational and professionally oriented degree will prepare students for a career as medical scientists in the areas of diagnostic pathology, research, and specialised laboratories. Medical laboratory [+]
Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (BMLSC)
This vocational and professionally oriented degree will prepare students for a career as medical scientists in the areas of diagnostic pathology, research, and specialised laboratories. Medical laboratory scientists are integral to the diagnosis and management of disease, through conducting research into the causes and cures of disease, and improving tests for disease detection.
Graduates are employed in fields such as diagnostic pathology, forensic pathology, and research laboratories, as well as health management, public health departments, the Red Cross Blood Service, educational institutes and the pharmaceutical industry.... [-]
This rapidly advancing healthcare discipline involves the application of ionising and non-ionising radiation for the diagnosis and treatment of injury... [+]
Bachelor of Applied Science (Medical Radiations) - Medical Imaging
This rapidly advancing healthcare discipline involves the application of ionising and non-ionising radiation for the diagnosis and treatment of injury and disease.RMIT is the only Victorian university offering a multidisciplinary approach to this field of study. You have the option to study in all medical radiations disciplines at undergraduate level.
Medical imagingThrough medical images, radiographers assist in the diagnosis and management of patients.Images of disease and injury are obtained using X-rays, computed tomography (CT) and digital subtraction angiography (DSA). Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasound (U/S) are also used.Radiographers combine knowledge of physical and biomedical sciences with technical expertise and patient care.... [-]