Since its founding in 1819, the University of Cincinnati (UC) has been the source of many discoveries creating positive change for society, including co-op education, the oral polio vaccine, the first electronic organ, and the first antihistamine. Each year, this urban, public research university graduates 5,000 students, adding to more than 200,000 living alumni around the world.
The University of Cincinnati continues its pioneering ways with online programs that connect working professionals with a dynamic community of dedicated educators, accessible research, and a devoted support team.
The online MLS program combines the quality and high standards of the campus-based program with the flexibility of online studies. It is designed to prepare graduates for the ASCP BOC examination. The University’s reputation for its faculty, research, curriculum, program accreditations, and competitive tuition is supported by many accolades and industry rankings.
The Medical Laboratory Science Program is one of several allied health programs in the College of Allied Health Sciences. The college is located in the French East Building on the Academic Health Center campus at the University of Cincinnati. Located adjacent to the College of Medicine, Health Sciences Library, and the University Hospital, the French East Building houses state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories.