Students studying medical laboratory science typically use clinical laboratory tests to detect, diagnose, monitor and treat disease. They may learn to analyze, evaluate and validate data in chemistry, hematology, microbiology, transfusion medicine and immunology. Medical teams use this data to make decisions regarding a patient’s care.
Nigeria is amongst the West Africa countries offering the best quality research oriented students interactive and even effective university education. This country has several top performing universities that are ranked best in Africa and even the whole world with the leading being the University of Lagos.
Medical Laboratory Science is a promising and dynamic profession that is designed to provide broad bases of fundamental scientific knowledge and its application such that
THE LAW ESTABLISHING THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES
The Education (National Minimum Standards and Establishment of Institutions (amendment) Decree 1993, otherwise known as Decree No 9 of 1 st January 1993 is the law under which Certificate No. 0001 of April 24th, 1999 was issued by the Honourable Minister of Education on behalf of the Federal Military Government.
Objectives of the College
To organize and offer courses of instructions leading to degrees, diplomas, certificates and other university qualifications and distinctions in medical studies and such related studies as may be prescribed by the Senate.
To organize and provide training and courses whether leading to university qualifications or not for such persons as may be prescribed by Senate.
To arrange and organize conferences, seminars, studies in the interest of public erudition.
To tackle the problem of acute shortage of medical personnel in Nigeria, Africa and the world at large.
To fill the gap created by the brain drain of medical personnel in Nigeria.
To encourage medical research in all fields of medical endeavor.
To ensure maintenance of quality and standards in Medical Education both at a graduate and postgraduate level.
To give qualitative medical education both at a graduate and postgraduate level in order to produce efficient and highly skillful doctors dedicated to the Primary Health Care delivery; and to the teaching of Medical Sciences.
To produce doctors who will uphold the highest ethical standard of the profession.
To perform any other function as shall be prescribed by the Senate of...