Cindy Brown

Clinical Associate Professor and Education Coordinator
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Bill Mueller

Academic Advisor
Office of Student Affairs
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Lynn M. Peterson

Health Sciences and
2 + 2 Program Advisor
Carroll University

Carroll University offers an opportunity to major in Medical Laboratory Sciences (formerly Clinical Laboratory Sciences) through a partnership with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM). The partnership allows students the benefits of close, personal attention during the first two and one-half years at Carroll while still providing access to the advanced clinical training facilities at UWM in the final stages of the program.

Medical Laboratory Science students  can select one of several emphases at UWM:

• Medical Technology
• Cytotechnology
• Public Health Microbiology

These emphases provide a range of career opportunities in settings including hospitals, independent laboratories,  public health facilities, industries, research laboratories, or sales and marketing centers. Long-term employment prospects in these areas are forecasted to be excellent.

Entry into the professional training phase of the program is competitive and dependent  upon  completion of general education requirements, a minimum GPA of 2.50 (overall and in required  science courses), a grade of ‘C’ or better in courses transferring from Carroll and in all junior-level courses, and completion of all required and elective courses (90 credits) by second semester of the junior year.

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