Clinical Laboratory Science Curriculum
The Indiana University School of Medicine Clinical Laboratory Science Bachelor’s degree program offers an 11-month professional curriculum consisting of 36 credit hours that begins in the fall semester and finishes upon completion of the first summer session.
The first seven months of the program provide knowledge and technical training in all areas of the clinical laboratory, including diagnostic microbiology, hematology, clinical chemistry, immunohematology and molecular diagnostics. The remaining four months of the program build upon and complement this foundation through clinical rotations in hospital laboratories.
All students accepted into the IU School of Medicine’s Clinical Laboratory Science Program are guaranteed a clinical training spot with the school’s clinical affiliates. Clinical affiliates are IU Health (including IU Health University Hospital, IU Health Methodist Hospital, Riley Hospital for Children, and others), Eskenazi Hospital, Richard Roudebush Veterans Administration Medical Center, and Hendricks Regional Health.