Professionals skilled in using clinical instrumentation and
analytical skills are in more demand than ever. The technology used
to diagnose, monitor and treat diseases is constantly evolving.
This fuels the need for more qualified and highly-trained
clinical laboratory technologists.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, job prospects for
clinical laboratory technologists are growing rapidly.
Excellent career opportunities await those trained
with four year degrees in clinical laboratory sciences.
You can prepare for these exciting opportunities by earning
your Bachelor of Science degree at St. John's. Offered
by the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, this 138-credit degree program
prepares students with the knowledge and skills to perform
analyze and evaluate patient lab data to provide physicians with
important diagnostic information and assure quality patient
During their last year of study, students attend the National
Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS)
approved program located at the Dr. Andrew Bartilucci
Center, as well as, University hospital affiliates for their
Lisa Hochstein, M.S., M.L.S.,
Assistant Director of Admission