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The Bachelor degree program in Medical Laboratory Science in the Health Professions Programs prepares graduates to work in the clinical laboratory.

Medical Laboratory Science (Bachelor of Science)

Indiana University School of Medicine's Medical Laboratory Science Bachelor of Science degree program is the largest university-based clinical laboratory science program in Indiana. This degree program prepares graduates with the knowledge, entry-level competencies and professional attitudes to practice in the clinical laboratory. The program is administered by IU School of Medicine’s Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the school’s Indianapolis campus in the IU Health Pathology Laboratory Building and at the Evansville campus in the Stone Family Center for Health Sciences.


Find details about the admissions process, including requirements and deadlines, on the program admissions page.

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Nicholas C. Brehl, MED

Director of Health Professions Programs

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Program Details

The Medical Laboratory Science program prepares graduates with the knowledge and skills needed to provide health care professionals with accurate and timely diagnostic and therapeutic laboratory data and participate as effective members of the health care team. Graduates are able to complete the national certification examination and demonstrate professionalism through honesty and integrity in reporting results, respect for patient confidentiality, and a desire for life-long learning through continuing education, scholarship, service and participation in professional organizations.

The IU School of Medicine Medical Laboratory Science program is fully accredited by:
National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences
5600 N. River Road, Suite 720 
Rosemount, IL 60018-5119

IU Indianapolis is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.