Clinical Laboratory Science is a profession that focuses on laboratory procedures and techniques involved in diagnosing and predicting diseases.
CLS majors take challenging courses in microbiology, molecular biology, physiology, chemistry, and biochemistry at UT Austin. Then, they spent one year off-campus in an accredited clinical education program. After completing this education, they receive a B.S. degree in CLS and are qualified for national certification exams.
As a Clinical Laboratory Scientist, you will be a skilled professional who can work in clinical and research laboratories, biotechnology, forensics and public health. Job opportunities abound!
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