Clinical Laboratory Science
Bachelors’ degrees provide students with broad-based knowledge in clinical and basic sciences so they may immediately enter the field as laboratory scientists providing health care research and support.
Related Majors, Minors, and Concentrations
In addition to the bachelor’s program, Clinical Laboratory Science students can earn post-baccalaureate certificates which qualify them to take national certification examinations. Certificate programs include:
What can I expect to learn in the Clinical Laboratory Science program at GW?
The program’s curriculum is designed to teach students the responsibilities of laboratory professionals. This includes performing, developing, evaluating, correlating and assuring accuracy of laboratory information; directing and supervising clinical laboratory resources and operations; and collaborating in the diagnosis and treatment of patients.
What is the Clinical Laboratory Science learning community like at GW?
Although our distance students are not on campus, they are important members of the GW family. Our faculty and staff are committed to providing superior education and to nurturing not only intellectual growth, but also personal and professional development.
What can I do in the Clinical Laboratory Science field?
Our graduates are qualified and prepared to provide the support needed for patient diagnosis and research into human health. They can also manage financial, operations, marketing and human resources aspects of the clinical laboratory.