- What is Clinical Laboratory Science?
- Program Goals
- Entry Level Competencies
- Policies and Procedures
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The Marquette University Clinical Laboratory Science program is proud to be fully accredited by the:
National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences
5600 N. River Rd., Suite 720
Rosemont, IL 60018-5119
Phone: 847-939-3597 or 773-714-8880
Web Site: www.naacls.org
All CLS courses taught on the Marquette campus utilize the department's teaching laboratories housed in the Walter Schroeder Health Science and Education Complex. These laboratories, designed to simulate the hospital laboratory, include approximately 3,400 square feet of space, which is wheelchair accessible.
Lab sections maximize individualized instruction and hands-on experience. The department follows OSHA guidelines in implementing safety regulations for students, further simulating the clinical laboratory.
CLS students are assigned to one of these affiliations for their clinical course work. Professionals from these institutions constantly consult with university faculty for curriculum development.