Undergraduate Programs

Clinical Laboratory Science
Educational Program
Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science at IUPUI
  • Medical Director: Professor Eble
  • Program Director: Associate Professor Marler and Professor Leland
  • Professors: Rodak

Length of Program  Clinical laboratory science is a four-year baccalaureate degree program that is typically full-time. The program is structured in a 3 + 1 arrangement, in which three years are spent in regular college courses in order to complete prerequisite courses and the fourth year is the senior/professional year. The professional year includes both didactic and supervised clinical education experiences. Applicants with bachelor’s degrees who have completed all of their prerequisites may also apply to this program. Upon completion of the professional year, the student will earn a second bachelors degree.

Additional Cost  In addition to regular university tuition and fees, the student should expect to pay for program-related expenses. Contact program administrators for current cost estimate sheet.

Description of Program Facilities  The Clinical Laboratory Science Program has program offices, a classroom, and a student laboratory located in the IU Health Pathology Laboratory Building.

Location of Clinical Education Sites  Facilities utilized for clinical experiences include Indiana University Hospital, Methodist Hospital, Riley Hospital, Wishard Memorial Hospital, and Richard Roudebush Veterans Administration Medical Center.

Opportunity for Students to Work  Students who work should limit employment hours to 8–10 hours a week, if possible.

Accreditation The Clinical Laboratory Science Program at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis is fully accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences, 5600 N. River Rd, Suite 720, Rosemont, IL  60018, Phone (847) 939-3597.

Last Updated: February 20, 2012