The Clinical Laboratory Science program represents a revision of the Medical Technology program. The name change more appropriately describes the discipline and represents a nationwide trend. The program provides students with a solid foundation in management, computer, and problem solving skills, as well as a strong science background. The program is a good foundation for students wanting to pursue graduate work in Forensic Science.
Students in this program complete 90 credits on Eastern's campus, and then take clinical courses at an affiliated hospital during their senior year. Upon completion of these courses students graduate with a bachelor's degree in Clinical Laboratory Science and are eligible for national board certification.
Four Year Degree Plan
Course Catalog Listing
Typical Starting Positions
Graduates from the program over the past 10 years have a 100 percent employment rate and work in a variety of settings, including hospital laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, scientific supply companies, hospital administration, industry quality control, instrumentation companies, and many others.