Professional Program in Clinical Laboratory Science
The Clinical laboratory science Program provides graduates with the technical and administrative skills required for the effective delivery of health care services consistent with the practices and standards of Clinical Laboratory Sciences. Graduates are prepared and qualified to perform evaluations of testing techniques, procedures, and personnel; to perform analytical testing of any body sample; and to resolve discrepancies with the interpretation of diagnostic laboratory patient data. Graduates also possess the capabilities needed for public education, as well as for planning and developing clinical laboratory facilities that meet the standards of accrediting governmental regulatory agencies.
The Texas Southern University, Clinical Laboratory Science baccalaureate degree granting program is located on the main campus at 3100 Cleburne Street, Houston, Texas 77004. The program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences. (www.naacls.org)
National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences
5600 N. River Road, Suite 720
Rosemont, IL 60018
(773) 714 8880
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Students seeking admission to this program must arrange an appointment with the Program Director prior to submitting an application. Once initial advisement is completed, students should make application to the program by April of each spring semester for the Fall class. There is only one entering class each year. Applicants must be accepted prior to enrollment in professional courses. Students applying must submit applications to the Admissions and Academic Standards Committee in the College through the Program Director, three letters of recommendation from previous instructors, and transcripts of all college work completed (with evaluations from the University Registrar). In addition, they should have met all ASSET requirements and have GPA’s of 2.50 or better on a 4.00 scale inclusive of 2.50 GPA in mathematics, biology, chemistry, and physics.
Students seeking admission to this program should make application and submit credentials, as required, by April 1st for the fall semester.
Advanced standing within the Health Sciences is the administrative placement of a student in a specific health program based on program requirements and the applicant’s completion of previous credits. Program applicants who qualify for advanced standing receive an administratively approved, individually prepared degree plan that recognizes previously earned college credits and professional credentials.
CLS Advanced Standing(PDF)
CLS Curriculum (PDF)