Clinical Laboratory Technology Program
The Clinical Laboratory Technology Program offered by Rose State College consists of 31 credit hours in General Education, Psychology and science prerequisites plus 42 credit hours of Clinical Laboratory Technology Program courses (Total credit hours required = 73). There are two entry options: fall and spring; see PROGRAM CURRICULUM for the list of courses.
As a professional technician CLT students learn to conduct lab tests that aid physicians in their diagnosis, management and treatment of disease. Students learn how to perform laboratory tests in chemistry, hematology, microbiology, and various other clinical areas. The graduate of an accredited Clinical Laboratory Technology Program is qualified to perform highly complex laboratory tests in a variety of settings: physician's office, clinic, hospital laboratory, research facility. Use the links to the right to learn more about this program.
For Additional Information
Please see the CLT Program Advisement in the link to the right.
Program Director: Evelyn Paxton, M.S., MT (ASCP)
Faculty: Angela Tilley, B.S., MT (ASCP)