School of Clinical Sciences
Whether you’re looking for one or two years of specialized training and quick entry into the job market, a comprehensive bachelor’s degree, or a graduate degree, Northern’s School of Clinical Sciences offers you many choices. Our 15 programs present a variety of health career options. Our programs also provide students with built-in flexibility to explore or advance into additional programs or certification. See the back of this card for a list of our majors and degree options.
At Northern, we strongly believe in learning by doing. With instructors and professionals in the field, you’ll practice your skills using real-world tools and techniques. Bachelor degree students will work in different clinical settings in their sophomore and senior years, stationed in our partner hospitals or labs. We have more than 40 partner hospitals, including Mayo Clinic, Marshfield Clinic and the Michigan Department of Community Health. While on campus you’ll have classes in our science complex, using modern clinical equipment.
Clinical professionals are in great demand. Graduates from NMU’s programs have a job placement rate of nearly 100 percent and more than a 95 percent passing rate on national certification exams. Many also pursue advanced degrees.
- Clinical Health Science Major
- Clinical Laboratory Science Major
- CLS Concentration: Anatomic Pathology
- CLS Concentration: Clinical Systems Analyst
- CLS Concentration: Diagnostic Genetics
- CLS Concentration: Laboratory Medicine
- CLS Concentration: Microbiology
- CLS Concentration: Science Technologist
- Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences Major
Master of Science
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