About the Health Professions
The term Health Professions represents a broad-spectrum of healthcare-related fields where highly trained clinical professionals engage in the delivery of laboratory discovery, research and patient care. Laboratory Scientists work with physicians and other critical members of the healthcare team, performing laboratory tests that are used for the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Histotechnologists prepare samples of human or animal tissue for examination under microscopes in order to detect and diagnose disease.
Medical Technology Specialization
Medical technologists prepare and analyze samples of blood and other body fluids to aid in the detection and diagnosis of disease.
Clinical Biology Completion Program
If you have an associate’s degree and a license in any clinical allied health profession, you can advance your career as an allied health professional by completing your degree and earning a baccalaureate degree in clinical biology. There is no internship required.
Masters in Clinical Biology -
Laboratory Management Specialization
The Laboratory Management Specialization requires 31 graduate semester credit hours for graduation. Students may choose to attend part-time or full-time as their schedules allow, and may choose among a number of elective courses that meet their individual needs and interests.