Clinical Laboratory Sciences Collaborative Program
Detect the abnormal cells that cause leukemia. Analyze the cardiac enzyme activity from a heart attack. Identify the DNA markers for genetic diseases.
This is the work of a clinical laboratory scientist.
Clinical Laboratory Scientists provide laboratory information and services needed for the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
A degree in clinical laboratory science opens you to a wide range of careers in hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, public health education, government and commercial laboratories, formal academic programs and more.
Saint Peter’s University and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey offer collaborative programs leading to the Bachelor of Science in clinical laboratory sciences with a concentration in cytotechnology or a concentration in medical laboratory science.
Clinical laboratory science majors complete all pre-professional and general education require¬ments at Saint Peter’s University before beginning the 12 to 15 month (four semesters) of clinical/professional training at UMDNJ School of Health Related Professions and affiliated clinical/research facilities.