The Bachelor of Science in Clinical Sciences is designed for students with an interest in the clinical sciences, whose career goals may not include working as a certified medical laboratory scientist in a hospital laboratory setting.
Students choosing the track of the clinical laboratory sciences program complete eight semesters of academic course work on campus. These courses include most of the biology, chemistry, and math required for entry into medical school or other professional schools as well as other graduate school opportunities.
Work opportunities are diverse and include employment in pharmaceutical companies, analytical laboratories, and research laboratories. The clinical practicum is not required for the pre-professional track.
This is a designated STEM program (see OPT Extension).