Medical Laboratory Science
The Medical Laboratory Science (M.L.S.) Program is one of the largest, most innovative, and far reaching, fully accredited programs in the nation.
The University of North Dakota has offered a degree in medical laboratory science since 1949 and today has over 70 clinical affiliates in 15 states.
In addition to traditional Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science degree offerings, UND's M.L.S. program has a cohort program with the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota and affiliation agreements with higher education institutions in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Arizona and Montana.
Six Routes to Earn Your Degree
We issue a bachelor's degree and/or certificate in M.L.S. through six different routes of study.
- Traditional (2+2)
- Second Bachelor's Degree (4+1)
- Western College Alliance (WCAMLS)
- MLT/CLT to M.L.S.
- Categorical and the Mayo Cohort
- Certificates in Histotechnology
Complete you coursework at both a bachelor's and master's level online nationwide.
Rates represent 2015-16 program outcomes
Accredited by the NAACLS
The M.L.S. program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) located at 5600 N River Rd Suite 720 Rosemont IL, 60018-5119.