Clinical Laboratory Sciences

Master of Science in Transfusion Medicine

Curriculum

The Master of Science in Transfusion Medicine (MSTM) degree is designed to prepare SBB certified graduates for a career in consultation, administration and supervision or research in the field of immunohematology and transfusion therapy.

The MSTM program is a 30-credit online master's degree for individuals holding a Bachelor of Science in clinical laboratory science/medical technology or associated science and who have certification as specialist in blood bank technology from an accredited program. The MSTM program is designed to provide graduates with advanced knowledge in consultation services to other health care workers, the administration and supervision of transfusion services and in conducting and publish research in the field of immunohematology and transfusion therapy. This program would be offered as a full-time or part-time distance curriculum. Upon completion of this program, the individual would be awarded the Master of Science in Transfusion Medicine degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch.

Total Credit Hours: 30

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SemesterCourseTitleCredits
Spring ICLLS 5260Blood Bank Laboratory Operations2
Spring ICLLS 5360Advanced Transfusion Medicine Principles3
Spring ICLLS 5095Seminar in Transfusion Medicine Principles1
Total: 6
Summer IMSHP 5302Introduction to Scientific Writing3
Summer ICLLS 5319Biostatistics3
Total: 6
Fall ICLLS 5160Introduction to Research in Transfusion Medicine1
Fall ICLLS 5265Advanced Research in Transfusion Medicine2
Fall ICLLS 5303Health Care Policy3
Total: 6
Spring IICLLS 5330Clinical Investigative Studies3
Spring IICLLS 6307Molecular Diagnostics3
Total: 6
Summer IICLLS 5312Evidence Based Lab Medicine3
Summer IICLLS 5333Master's Thesis3
Total: 6
  • This course has a laboratory component. Students enrolled in this course will be required to attend wet laboratories at participating campuses for approximately four (4) days within one (1) week during the semester to learn molecular procedures related to immunohematology.
  • The student will complete a rigorous thesis that constructs a focused investigation of a clinical laboratory science problem in real-world setting, applies problem solving methodologies for development and execution of solutions, investigates and applies theory through practical implementation of a project, and evaluates and reports this research project in a clear, professional manner using the guidelines set forth in the course syllabus.
  • Credit awarded for these courses for students holding a SBB certification.

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