Translational Life Science Technology (TLST) is a new UMBC program launching in Fall 2018 at UMBC's Universities at Shady Grove campus. This major is designed for students who want to be competitive in the bioscience world of today and tomorrow, combining the theory of a traditional life science degree with real-world applications used by scientists in academic and industry research.
Master critical skills such as analytical thinking, data analysis, and data evaluation as you develop a comprehensive understanding of cell biology, biochemistry, lab instrumentation, statistics, epidemiology, and biochemical engineering.
Students accepted to the TLST program for the Inaugural Cohort in Fall 2018 can receive a scholarship of $1000 for two years.*
BIOL141 - Foundations of Biology: Cells, Energy & Organisms
BIOL142 - Foundations of Biology: Ecology & Evolution
BIOL275 - Microbiology
BIOL302 - Molecular & General Genetics
BIOL300L - Experimental Biology Laboratory
CHEM101 - Principles of Chemistry I
CHEM102 - Principles of Chemistry II
CHEM102L - Introductory Chemistry Laboratory I
CHEM351 - Organic Chemistry I
CHEM351L - Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
MATH151 (or MATH155) - Calculus & Analytical Geometry I (or Applied Calculus)
PHYS111 (or PHYS121) - Basic Physics I (or Introductory Physics I)
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* No additional scholarship application is required.