Accreditation

The program is preparing students for a professional degree therefore, behavior, conduct and academic skills are constantly monitored and evaluated. Rules and regulations to address these items are discussed during counseling/advising sessions, interviews, and student orientation. Please contact the program’s faculty for further discussion.

For information regarding clinical facilities, clinical practices and outcomes please contact the program’s faculty for further discussion. These items are addressed during counseling/advising sessions, interviews, and student orientation.

Each clinical laboratory rotation experience will enhance the student’s integration of theory and practical skills. Students will perform actual laboratory testing under the supervision of the clinical instructor. Students cannot perform laboratory testing or report laboratory results without the supervision or co-signature of the clinical instructor. Although students are encouraged to help with the work in an assigned laboratory, they are not to take the place of a paid employee.

If employment opportunities are present for the students during the clinical rotation experience, the student will comply with all of the steps of the human resource department in obtaining the employment. Students cannot be employed at the rotation site/department during the scheduled clinical rotation learning activities times. Students may be employed by a clinical affiliate outside of class hours.
  • Accredited by National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) www.naacls.org; 5600 N. River Road, Suite 720, Rosemont, IL. 60018-5119; (773)714-8880.
  • Graduates will be eligible to sit for the national certification examination given by the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) www.ascp.org.