Quincy University's Clinical Laboratory Science program, also known as Medical Technology, prepares you for a career in medical science. You will study microbiology, isolating and identify pathogenic bacteria and viruses; clinical hematology; medical ethics; principles and theories of management and education in a clinic lab; and biochemistry.
During your first three years in the program, you will take courses at Quincy University. The fourth year is a 12-month period of clinical instruction taken from one of our affiliated schools approved by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science: St. John's Hospital School of Clinical Laboratory Science, Springfield, Ill., St. John's Mercy Medical Center School of Clinical Laboratory Science, St. Louis, Mo., and OSF Saint Francis Medical Center, Peoria, Ill.
Your Quincy professors are experts in their fields. Small class sizes and mentoring by these professionals mean that you'll have feedback and guidance throughout your studies.