Clinical Laboratory Sciences
Semester-long practicums help you decide career interests
Leah Lapp, a junior at Eastern Mennonite University, shadows Dr. John Wenger '85 during her pre-professional health sciences practicum. The required course places students in settings that match their career interests.
Nicole Groff ’14 talks public health, advice for pre-med majors
Nicole Groff '14 is studying global health at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. She is in the dual-degree track with the physician assistant (PA) program.
High Growth Job Market
There is a shortage of health care professionals in most areas. The U.S. Department of Labor projects a growth of more than 25% in the health care industry.
neuroscience minor strengthens pre-med program and grad school preparation
A wide-ranging multidisciplinary field that studies the brain and nervous system, neuroscience is reshaping many other fields.
Join a growing field in the health care industry. As a clinical laboratory scientist you can assist physicians and other health care professionals to diagnose and treat illnesses and other conditions. If you enjoy hands-on lab work, and testing and experimenting to solve problems this would be a good field for you. You're lab experiences and faculty mentoring will prepare you to be a leader in the field of medical testing and diagnostics.