Our program name is changing!
Effective fall 2023, the Wayne State University Clinical Laboratory Science program will be known as Medical Laboratory Science. Read more about why we are updating our name.
Results that make a difference
Located in one of the world's leading urban research universities, the Clinical/Medical Laboratory Science bachelor of science program delivers a quality educational experience that helps students gain the knowledge and skills needed to excel in careers in the clinical laboratory. The program has a reputation for producing well-prepared health care professionals, and our graduates are in high demand.
Program flyer Program outcomes Student handbook
- The three-year average for the American Society of Clinical Pathology Board of Certification Examination pass rate percentage for new graduates: 80%
- The three-year average graduation rate percentage: 100%
- The three-year average employment placement rate percentage: 100%
The WSU CLS program tracks and monitors the following outcomes as part of our continuous program assessment and improvement efforts.
Class of 2019
Class of 2020
Class of 2021
Class of 2022
1 Percentage of students in the final half of the program who graduate on time.
2 Percentage of students who pass the national certification exam within one year after graduation.
3 Percentage of graduates who find employment in the field or who continue their education within one year of graduation.
* = partial data; final results pending
- Clinical Laboratory Science program changes name to Medical Laboratory Science
- MortSci Building students: CAPS will be in room 224 at 3:30 p.m. on select Tuesdays and Wednesdays for the rest of the semester
- Dr. MaryAnne Stewart featured on two Differential Discussions podcasts
- New SynDavers enhance hands-on learning for WSU Applebaum students
The Wayne State University Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science (NAACLS). The Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology program also has strong affiliations with health care providers in the metropolitan area.