Clinical Lab Science (formerly Medical Technology) B.S.

The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor offers a program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Clinical Lab Science. To obtain this degree a student must complete a minimum of 90 semester hours and meet residency requirements at UMHB, as well as complete all courses required for admission to a school of Clinical Lab Science affiliated with UMHB. When that student successfully completes that program of study, the B.S. degree will be awarded. Because the degree is granted by Mary Hardin-Baylor, all university requirements for graduation must be met. UMHB is affiliated with the Scott & White Program in Clinical Laboratory Science at Scott & White Memorial Hospital, Temple, Texas. More information is available from Dr. Gregory Frederick,, (254) 295-5534 or (254) 295-4537.