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Further Education

The majority of MLS alumni pursue at least part-time graduate studies or specialized training within a few years of graduation. The small size of the program allows faculty to become well acquainted with students and help to guide and provide the support necessary to sharpen and fulfill ambitious goals.

A variety of awards and scholarships are available to assist qualified students with tuition and training, and MLS students receive guidance and support in obtaining these funds.

Some typical pathways following the MLS degree:

  • graduate school (masters and doctoral) in biomedical science, management, healthcare administration, etc.
  • specialized lab education, e.g. cytotechnology, cytogenetics, forensics
  • medical/dental school
  • other clinical professions, e.g. PT, PA, RN, etc.
  • teaching credentials
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While the deadline has passed for BLM degree students, qualified students may apply for one semester of non-matriculated status in Fall 2014. Contact Dr. Linder or Dr. Raffaniello for more information. 

For application details, please visit Hunter College's Graduate Admissions at http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/graduateadmissions.

The next application cycle for the Advanced Certificate in Medical Technology (AC) has a deadline of March 1st, 2015.