Clinical Laboratory Science
Culver-Stockton's clinical laboratory science program provides a stable foundation for certification in medical technology. The program works in cooperation with an approved school of clinical laboratory science to offer a four-year course of study leading to the bachelor's of science degree and registration as a medical technologist by the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP).
The clinical laboratory science degree combines a sound liberal arts education and highly technical training in a hospital program. Students complete three years of science coursework on the C-SC campus and spend their fourth year training in an approved school of clinical laboratory science. Culver-Stockton has a cooperative program with two hospital-based schools -- St. John's Hospital, Springfield, Ill., and St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Belleville, Ill. However, students can also select their own school of clinical laboratory science.
For a complete listing of course offerings and requirements for clinical laboratory science, please see the current academic catalog.