Clinical Lab Technology
Did you know that clinical lab technology professionals are responsible for over 70 percent of all patient diagnoses? Using advanced technology, clinical lab technicians analyze blood and other body fluids to assess and report normal and abnormal patient results.
These behind-the-scenes professionals are key in determining accurate results in hospital, research, veterinary, and outpatient labs throughout the world. Although techs generally do not have patient contact, they are a vital part of the health care team—communicating with nurses, doctors, and other health care professionals to achieve the best patient outcomes.
Clinical lab technology is a growing field in need of individuals who work well on teams, embrace technology, solve problems, and are detail-oriented. If you want to make a difference in people’s lives and have an interest in health care, clinical lab technology may be a good choice for you.
Upon earning an Associate of Applied Science degree in Clinical Lab Technology, you will be ready for immediate employment in the field. After graduating and passing the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) exam, you’ll become nationally certified to work in laboratories across the U.S.
This career path can lead to a promotion as a medical lab scientist with additional education, or opportunities in education, medical sales, and information technology.
This program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS).
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Associate of Applied Science
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