Clinical Laboratory Science and Technology, Cytotechnology, and Nuclear Medicine Technology

The Luther College clinical laboratory science and technology, cytotechnology, and nuclear medicine technology programs require three years of study on campus (96 semester hours) followed by one year of off-campus study in one of the affiliating health care facilities. Students who enjoy science and would like to be a part of the health team will find a rewarding career in clinical laboratory science and technology, cytotechnology, or nuclear medicine technology. Informational material describing preprofessional and professional curricula, application procedures, and standards for admission may be obtained from M. Kaehler, on-campus coordinator for clinical laboratory science and technology, cytotechnology, and nuclear medicine technology. The off-campus clinical year of study may be completed at one of several institutions including but not limited to:

Clinical Laboratory Science and Technology

Mercy College of Health Sciences, Des Moines, Iowa
St. Luke's Methodist Hospital, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Cytotechnology

Mayo Foundation, Rochester, Minn.

Nuclear Medicine Technology

Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, Milwaukee, Wis.