This certification prep seminar is designed for the person who plans to take the American Society of Clinical Pathology Board of Certification MLT Exam (ASCP-BOC MLT). The course runs for seven weeks each Fall and Spring semester. Participants are responsible for determining their eligibility to take this exam.
MLT ASCP Eligibility Requirements
The CS 230-40 course is offered exclusively through the internet and covers the content areas of the BOC exam.
Exam Content Guidelines
To prepare for success on the ASCP MLT Board of Certification Exam, the participant will access pre and post tests in all content areas of the exam and receive personalized instruction to overcome areas of weakness, as they average around three hours a week in the class.
Students who successfully complete the CS 230-40 course with a ‘Pass’ will receive a certificate of completion from Harcum College. This is a non-credit course.
starts March 27, 2017
Course Fees, Registration, Billing/Payment and Cancellation Policy
Tuition is $360. For more information on Technical Requirements and Accessing Webstudy, visit the Harcum College Online Education webpage at harcum.edu/onlineed.
Recommended textbook: Board of Certification Study Guide for the Clinical Laboratory Certification Examinations, Patricia Tanabe, E. Blair Holladay, 5th edition, ISBN: 9780891895879, www.ascp.org.
Quick Review Cards for Medical Laboratory Science Cards, Valerie Dietz Polansky, 2nd edition, ISBN-13: 978-0-8036-2956-1, www.FADavis.com.
Registration: Please register online. Registration is not considered complete until the full payment has been
made. Classes will be offered on a first-paid, first-serve basis.
Students may register by:
Call the Continuing Studies Office at 610-526-1860 with questions regarding registration.
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Payment: Payments are due no later than the first day of class. This requirement applies to all students.
To ensure maximum results for each student, class size is limited. For further information call 610-526-1860.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be in writing and received by the Office of
Continuing Studies before the first class. No refunds are granted once
the class begins.