A Medical Lab Technician Associate of Science Degree combines science and medicine.
The purpose of the Medical Laboratory Technician Associate of Science program is to prepare students to become clinical laboratory technicians. The program provides students with a foundation of knowledge and skill necessary to function in a modern, highly technical medical laboratory setting. Graduates are eligible to sit for the MLT certification from American Medical Technologist (AMT) or the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP).
Employment opportunities include private physicians, group medical practices, hospitals, community blood facilities, and reference laboratories.
|CCS110||College Success Strategies||2|
|CHE101||Chemistry I (Inorganic)||6|
|CHE201||Chemistry II (organic)||6|
|MED172+||Anatomy & Physiology I||4|
|MED173+||Anatomy & Physiology II||4|
|MED211*||Health & Safety Techniques||3|
|MLT101||Introduction to Medical Lab||6|
|MLT300**||Medical Laboratory Clinical I||11|
|MLT301**||Medical laboratory Clinical II||11|
|PSY214+||Introduction to Psychology||4|
|SOC214+||Introduction to Sociology||4|
|Total Credit Hours||
+General education course
*Students may not receive payment/reimbursement of any type for clinical and/or externship hours required in their academic program. Students may also not perform these clinical and/or externship hours with their employer in the capacity of their regular position.
Some courses are available online. A list of these courses is available from the Registrar’s Office. Courses with an MLT, BIO, or CHE prefix are not available online.
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