The clinical laboratory sciences program may be completed in eight semesters or four years. The four-year graduation plan does not take into account transfer credit or summer courses. Course work in the clinical laboratory sciences program will total 95 hours; 30 – 45 credit hours are completed at a clinical program that is accepted by the University. Visit the program requirements page for more information on clinical programs accepted by the University. Clinical laboratory sciences is a comprehensive degree that does not require a minor.
Prerequisites are required for some of the courses. Additional courses may be required in mathematics, biology and chemistry depending on the student’s college admittance test scores. It is recommended you meet with an advisor in the program during your first semester to determine your plan of study.
Areas of emphasis
You must select one emphasis area and take courses that are relevant to that subject area.