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(Formerly Medical Technology)
Dr. Michael Hamann (Coordinator; firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mercy Medical Center, Des Moines, Iowa--Kyla Deibler, MS, MT (ASCP), CLS (NCA);
Vijaya Dhanwada, M.D. (CAP)
St. Luke's Medical Center, Cedar Rapids, Iowa--Nadine Sojka, MS, MT (ASCP); Dorryl L. Buck Jr., M.D.
University of North Dakota Clinical Laboratory Science Program--Ruth Paur, MS, MT (ASCP)
The Clinical Laboratory Science program begins with three years of on-campus study in science, math, and Liberal Education. It concludes with a fourth year of highly specialized training at a hospital school of clinical laboratory science accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences. Permission to apply for the competitive fourth year positions usually requires a grade point average of nearly 3.00. Clinical areas of study include hematology, chemistry, immunology, microbiology, immunohematology, and microscopy. Upon completion of the clinical year, students are eligible to take the National Registry Examination of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists and the National Certifying Examination of Medical Technologists.
Graduates of the program are in high demand and are prepared for technologist and supervisory positions in hospital, clinical, and research laboratories. The Clinical Laboratory Science degree is also appropriate preparation for graduate study in related careers such as biology, chemistry, and medicine.
Note: Students must make a formal application to be considered for the fourth-year clinical training. Students should discuss this procedure with the advisor early.
See Section II, Enrollment for required high school preparation.Recommended High School Courses
Students are encouraged to discuss with their advisor the option of a second major or minor that might strengthen or complement their major.
- Laboratory Supervisor
- Laboratory Technologist
- Also: Graduate Study