Program Overview: Clinical Biology
This program is designed to prepare students interested in the healthcare fields with the foundation courses they need to be successful in their chosen specialization. The first two years of study are dedicated to completing courses in foundational science and math and to distribution requirements. After successful completion of these courses, students may apply to one of the program specializations. Students will graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Clinical Biology and a specialization in either Histotechnology, Medical Technology or Nuclear Medicine Technology. Note that an internship is required for successful completion of any of the specialization programs.
To apply to the Clinical Biology Program please complete the following application process:
- Complete an online undergraduate application by creating a myBarry account. Applying online is highly encouraged because it expedites the admission process. However, you may also download and mail a conventional paper application.
- Submit the non-refundable application fee of $30.00 if you are using a paper application, made payable by check or money order to Barry University. The application fee is waived if you apply online through myBarry account.
- Submit official transcripts from all secondary and post secondary institutions. Incomplete transcripts must be updated with final official transcripts as soon as all coursework is completed.
- Submit official SAT or ACT scores (applies to first-year students under the age of 21). The Barry University code for the SAT I is 5053; and the ACT is 0718.
- If you have completed a G.E.D., forward the official results of that examination and the official high school transcripts documenting your secondary education.
For a more detailed description of admissions requirements, please consult the Barry University Undergraduate Catalog, or contact an Admissions representative.