Hematology MCELLBI X499.4

Course Description

Study fundamental concepts of hematology—primarily human—including blood-forming organs and the origin and function of blood cells and plasma. You also examine the theoretical and clinical aspects of normal and pathological conditions of erythrocytes, leukocytes, platelets, coagulation and blood group systems.

Notes

For academic questions about this course, call (510) 642-8108 or email extension-science@berkeley.edu. For questions about online sections of this course, call (510) 642-7345 or email science-online-unex@berkeley.edu.

Applies Toward the Following Certificate(s) and Program(s)

Prerequisites

One year of college-level general biology for majors

Sections

MCELLBI X499.4 - 031 Hematology
2015-2016 - Ongoing 2015-2016
  • Online
  • 45.00
  • 3 semester units
  • Course Fee credit (3 units) $850.00
Textbook (Mandatory) Clinical Laboratory Hematology
Textbook ISBN: 9780133076011
Pearson
Shirlyn B. McKenzie and J. Lynne Williams
3d
Copyright 2015

Online, enroll anytime. This continuous enrollment course begins when you enroll. (Learn more.) You have a minimum of 90 days and a maximum of 180 days to complete the course. This section requires a proctored final exam.

MCELLBI X499.4 - 027 Hematology
2016-2017 - Summer 2016
Aung Chein
Mon, Wed 6:30PM - 9:30PM
13 Jun 2016 to 3 Aug 2016
San Francisco Campus
Classroom 608
San Francisco
  • Classroom
  • 15
  • 45.0
  • 3 semester units
  • Course Fee credit (3 units) $880.00
Textbook (Mandatory) Clinical Laboratory Hematology
978-0133076011
Pearson
Mc Kenzie & Williams
3rd

Enrollment opens April 4th, 2016.
Enroll early to secure a space in the class. Enrollment will not be accepted after the second course meeting.