MCCC: Medical Laboratory Technology to Allied Health Studies Transfer Advising Guide
Medical Laboratory Technician (A.A.S.) from Mercer County Community College to Allied Health Studies (B.S.) at Rider University (CCS Division)
|MERCER COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE COURSE
Medical Laboratory Technology, A.A.S.
|Credit||RIDER UNIVERSITY COURSE/AREA SATISFIED
Allied Health Studies, B.S.(CCS) (120 Credits)
|ENG 101 English Composition||3||CMP 120 Expository Writing||3|
|ENG 102 English Composition II||3||CMP 125 Research Writing||3|
|BIO 103 Anatomy and Physiology I 2||4||BIO 221 Human Anatomy & Physiology I
BIO 221L Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
|BIO 104 Anatomy and Physiology II 2||4||BIO 222 Human Anatomy & Physiology II||4|
|BIO 201 Microbiology||4||BIO 315 Medical Microbiology||4|
|CHE 101 General Chemistry I (4)
CHE 107 General & Physiological Chemistry (4)
|4||CHE 120 Principles of Chemistry (3)
CHE 121 Principles of Chemistry Lab (1)
Chemistry Elective Ʊ (4)
|HPE 110 Concepts of Health & Fitness||2||NOT TRANSFERRABLE||0|
|Mathematics Elective 3
MAT-135 (4), MAT-140 (4), MAT-146 (4), MAT-200 (3)
|3/4||MTH CORE OR MTH Elective Ʊ||3/4|
|Social Science General Ed. Elective 3 Suggest:
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
|3||PSY 100 Intro to Psychology||3|
|General Education Elective 4 Suggest:
PHI 204 Ethics
|3||PHL 115 Ethics||3|
|MLT 112 Intro. to Medical Laboratory Technician||3||ELE-FREE Lower Level Free Elective||3|
|MLT 200 Clinical Chemistry||4||ELE-FREE Lower Level Free Elective||4|
|MLT 207 Clinical Immunohematology||4||ELE-FREE Lower Level Free Elective||4|
|MLT 212 Clinical Hematology||4||ELE-FREE Lower Level Free Elective||4|
|MLT 214 Clinical Microbiology||6||ELE-FREE Lower Level Free Elective||6|
|MLT 215 Clinical Practice 5||10||ELE-FREE Lower Level Free Elective||10|
Rider Course Option: (Select One Course)
HTH-105-Introduction to Health Care (3) (CCS)
PSY-220-Abnormal Psychology (3) (CCS) (Rider pre-requisite PSY-100, Mercer prerequisite PSY-101.
Rider Course Option:
Following completion of 30 credits and the Rider Intent to Enroll Form and while a student at Mercer; students have the option to take a course at Rider that counts toward the Rider degree. The selected course allows the student to experience first-hand the academic environment at Rider. See Mercer or Rider Transfer Representatives. Contact information below.
Mercer County Community College Footnotes
1 ENG 102 is an acceptable alternative when combined with CMN 111.
2 BIO 101-102 may be substituted for BIO 103-104.
3 Select from MAT 135, 140, 146, 200.
4 Select course from the following general education categories: Social Science, Humanities, Historical Perspective, Diversity and Global Perspective Technology.
5 MLT 215 is an 18-week course.
† HPE 111 is an acceptable alternative
NOTE: Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all BIO, CHE, MAT, and general Education courses
Rider University Footnotes
Ʊ Students have a number of options to satisfy this requirement; courses will be evaluated on an individual basis.
For transfer credit the Mercer student must have a grade of “C” or higher in all courses for transfer credit.
The curriculum is designed to provide a seamless transition from an Associate degree or diploma program, building on students’ experiences in allied health profession. Separate clinicals are not required.
Mercer students should successfully complete the examination given by the American Society for Clinical Pathologists.
The Rider degree requires a total of 120 credits; the Mercer student may need to take additional credits to meet the Rider University degree.
Requirements are subject to change. This Advising Guide is best used in consultation with an advisor.
COURSES REMAINING FOR A BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN ALLIED HEALTH STUDIES AT RIDER UNIVERSITY*
|Course Number||Rider University Course Name or Core Area||Credits||Notes*
(if course can be taken at Mercer, indicate course number)
Mercer County Community College
Fall 2019 Travel Schedule
|Thursday, September 19, 2019||10:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.||Middlesex County College|
|Tuesday, October 1, 2019||11:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.||Brookdale Community College|
|Wednesday, October 2, 2019|