Medical lab science graduates launch into in-demand field

photo of NDSU Medical Lab Science Class of 2022

Medical laboratory science professionals are often like detectives, helping medical teams find answers when diagnosing patients. Graduates in the radiologic sciences specialty of sonography and echocardiography play important roles in helping the healthcare team learn more information to help treat patients.

Congratulations to the Class of 2022 Sanford Fargo Medical Lab Science graduates who received their degrees from NDSU this month! Graduates include:  Haneen Abuminshar, Danielle Blum, Alison Engen, Wyatt Hahn, Zarissa Hansen, Nicole Heinen, Hannah Lambert, and Ingrid Niyimbona.

Growth in the medical lab sciences field is expected to increase 11 percent through 2030, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Learn more about NDSU Allied Sciences degree programs and in-demand fields. Do you enjoy science and attention to detail? In Allied Sciences, you engage in hands-on learning to develop skills that help you become an integral part of the health care team. Medical Laboratory Science (MLS) includes three years of academic coursework, and an 11- to 12-month professional class and clinical experience/ internship within one of NDSU's affiliated hospital programs. 

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