Program of Study for a Bachelor’s of Science in Clinical Laboratory Sciences
|Foundations in CLS||1.5 credits|
|Medical Ethics||1.0 credit|
|Intro to Biochemistry||3.0 credits|
|Foundation in Phlebotomy||1.5 credits|
|Clinical Chemistry I , II, III||8.0 credits|
|Clinical Microbiology I &II||8.0 credits|
|Medical Molecular Biology||3.0 credits|
|Computer Applications||2.0 credits|
|Coagulation, Urinalysis, Body Fluids||3.0 credits|
|Research Design||1.0 credit|
|Research Tutorial||2.0 credits|
|Clinical Laboratory Quality Management||1.0 credit|
|Management for Health Professionals||1.0 credit|
|Advanced Seminar in CLS||2.0 credits|
|Clinical Chemistry Practicum||4.0 credits|
|Hematology Practicum||3.0 credits|
|Hemostasis Practicum||1.0 credits|
|Microbiology Practicum||6.0 credits|
|Immunohematology Practicum||3.0 credits|
The student would need to come to campus for all courses.
If the student completes the program and receives a BS degree in Clinical Laboratory Sciences from Stony Brook, they are eligible for ASCP certification and New York State licensure.
This program is NACCLS approved because it follows the traditional CLS program at Stony Brook University. The difference is the program length, not the course content or program requirements.
For a more indepth view of the 3 year layout and timeline of our program please consult the Sample Schedule for when courses will be made available to students. To view the Sample Schedule, please click here.