- Voted among "The 50 Best Careers of 2011" by U.S. News & World Report
- Median annual salary $53,500
- Job demand exceeds supply of graduates
- Above average job growth
- Variety of employment opportunities
Medical Laboratory Science BS Degree Fast Track Program (Open to South Carolina Residents Only)
About the Medical Laboratory Science Fast Track Program
Format: Online Program (Open to South Carolina residents only)
The Medical Laboratory Science Online Fast Track program is available to South Carolina residents who have completed a Bachelor of Science degree in biology, chemistry, or a related field. The program consists of an online didactic component and a training experience in a clinical laboratory. It provides students with a high quality academic and professional environment. The program graduate will be able to satisfy eligibility requirements for a professional certification exam at the MLS level. Graduates of the Medical Laboratory Science program will qualify for employment in a variety of settings, and can progress within the clinical laboratory science field to education, supervision or management positions. Students in this track must maintain training support at an approved clinical facility while enrolled in the program. South Carolina students of this program are also eligible to receive tuition assistance as well as clinical training support in some South Carolina hospitals.
With completion time of just 16 months and high demand in the job market, this nationally accredited program truly offers a fast track to your career. Our graduates have a very successful record of Board Certification.
- Memorial University Medical Center
- St. Joseph’s/Candler Hospital
- American Red Cross
- Armstrong Atlantic State University
- Centers for Disease Control
- Georgia Bureau of Investigation
- Lewis Cancer and Research Pavilion
Armstrong is authorized to offer online programs in many states. Authorization is currently pending in additional states as Armstrong continues to research and respond to the requirements for each state. For information regarding state authorization, please contact Ms. Marsha Miller in the Office of Online & Blended Learning by email at Marsha.Miller@armstrong.edu or 912.344.3354.