B.S. in Clinical Laboratory Sciences (B.S.C.L.S.)

Participation in this program will result in a B.S. in Clinical Laboratory Sciences with a concentration in medical laboratory sciences awarded jointly between FDU and The Rutgers University, School of Health Professions (SHP)*. Details on this offering may be found through the associate director of allied health in the School of Nursing and Allied Health.

Medical Laboratory Sciences:

Medical Laboratory scientists are clinical laboratory professionals who play a major role in patient care, providing laboratory data which are crucial for the diagnosis of diseases, the management of patient therapy and maintenance of health. Medical Laboratory scientists perform a wide variety of analytical procedures requiring expertise in state-of-the-art technology and instrumentation, as well as organizational, problem solving and communications skills. Major disciplines in medical technology include clinical chemistry, clinical immunology, clinical micro-biology, hematology, immunohematology and urinalysis.

B.S. in Medical Technology: At the Metropolitan Campus the degree is available through the Henry P. Becton School of Nursing and Allied Health in University College: Arts·Science·Professional Studies. At the Florham Campus, the degree is offered through the Department of Biological Sciences and Allied Health in Becton College of Arts and Sciences.