Medical Laboratory Technology
January 6, 2021
A.S. Medical Laboratory Technology
This is a 6-semester program of study leading to an Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Medical Laboratory Technology.
The program provides students with the skills, knowledge, and clinical experiences necessary to become proficient Medical Laboratory Technicians. The curriculum includes content in hematology, microbiology, clinical chemistry, immunology and blood banking. Students will be ready and eligible to sit for the medical laboratory technology national board exams and will also be prepared to continue their education at the university level to earn a bachelor’s or higher degree.
Visit the MLT program page to learn more about our hybrid curriculum and part-time option.
Students seeking admission to the program must complete an application to the college and be admitted into the Medical Laboratory Technology General Education program. Once general education/prerequisite requirements are completed, students may apply to be allowed to register in the technical portion of the program. Admission to this portion of the program is limited by space and clinical resources. If the number of applicants exceeds the number of available spaces, candidates will be ranked according to a points system. A complete explanation of the application process and points system may be found in the MLT application packet, which can be accessed on the MLT webpage. This application process occurs once per year between May and July for registration for the Fall semester. Specific deadlines will be posted on the MLT program page.
Before Program Admission
- Apply to the college choosing MLT Program – General Education
- Attend an information session – dates and times are listed on the MLT program page
- Complete the required prerequisites
- Complete the MLT Technical Program Application
After Program Admission
- Attend mandatory orientation
- Submit proof of Immunizations
- Complete a criminal background check and drug screen
- Obtain CPR Certification
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