Do you want to help people while you solve puzzles and play with technology? Would you consider yourself curious about the way things work? If so, you’d find a Clinical Laboratory Science degree interesting and personally rewarding.
For three years, USF’s professors will help you build an intensive knowledge of biology, chemistry, and lab procedures. Your entire fourth year, you’ll work in an active hospital lab setting completing the actual lab procedures used to treat and monitor patients.
We asked our professors and they said clinical lab science technicians:
Ability to perform a wide range of medical tests
Operate modern laboratory equipment, such as microscopes and cell counters
Log medical test data