The College of Professional and Global Education is pleased to offer one year post-baccalaureate training program for Clinical Genetic Molecular Biologist Scientist (CGMBS).
A licensed CLS can perform the full spectrum of diagnostic tests in hospital clinical laboratories, in commercial reference laboratories, or in research and development for biotech companies. The CLS program will provide both didactic and practical clinical training in hematology, clinical chemistry, blood banking, microbiology and immunology to prepare students to sit for the State of California CLS licensing exam (American Society of Clinical Pathology MLS exam). For more information, see Program Details. You may also contact Julie Foley or call (323) 343-6065.
Who Can Apply?
Persons holding a minimum of a bachelor's degree with specific course requirements completed by May of the year the internship begins.
Admission Information & Requirements
CGMBS Program Admission Requirements
A minimum of a bachelor's (baccalaureate) or an equivalent degree in biological or clinical laboratory science, or a field related to genetics, received by May of the year the intership begins. (approved by the program director and accepted by the State of California for the purposes of licensure).
Apply to the Program
CGMBS Applications will be accepted from February 1 until March 31 of the year the internship begins. All application materials must be received in office by close of business on March 31.
Tuition & Financial Aid
The per unit fee is $675.00.
Both the CGMBS program has been approved as Gainful Employment Programs by the Department of Education. Eligible trainees can apply for Federal Financial Aid to support them during the year that they are in the program.
Gainful Employment Disclosure
The Gainful Employment Disclosure for this program can be accessed here.