What You'll Study
Students in the Clinical Laboratory Science program will receive education and training
in clinical chemistry, hematology, immunology and microbiology, with additional coursework
in education, clinical services delivery and research.
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Clinical laboratory scientists are employed in general hospital laboratories, physicians’
offices, private labs, the armed forces, public health, medical research programs
and pharmaceutical labs.
With more job openings than job seekers, employment opportunities are excellent and
expected to grow faster than the average rate. In a clinical setting, beginning salaries
for recent graduates with a bachelor’s degree in clinical laboratory services average $61,860.