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    <p>Students desiring to enter clinical laboratory sciences-medical technology may secure preparatory training at Missouri State University. All the requirements for the Bachelor of Science must be met with a minimum of 95 credit hours, including the
        capstone course, completed prior to entry into the clinical phase of the program. For the major, the University will grant 30-39 hours of upper-division credit upon completion of the work given in a NAACLS approved school of clinical laboratory
        sciences-medical technology. The actual number of hours granted depends on which school of clinical laboratory sciences-medical technology the student attends. Before a student matriculates to an approved school, he/she must secure a letter from
        the Office of the Registrar which indicates the completion of all requirements for the degree other than the training at the school of clinical laboratory sciences-medical technology.</p>
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