Medical laboratory technicians play an important role in the practice of modern medicine.
They perform diagnostic procedures in the health care setting, such as chemical analysis
of body fluids, classification of blood cells, identification of disease producing
microorganisms, and the selection of compatible donor blood for transfusion.
The Medical Laboratory Technology Associate Degree program is designed to prepare
graduates to perform laboratory procedures in a variety of settings. Career and employment
opportunities include hospitals, research and reference laboratories, public health
and veterinary facilities, and environmental and quality assurance laboratories.
Summer 2015 MLT Class Update
The admission for the Summer 2015 MLT Class is now closed. The "Mandatory Information
Sessions" for the Summer 2016 program will be posted soon. Please refer back here
for updates regarding dates and times for the Information Sessions.
What It Means to be an MLT
This 10-minute video from the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science highlights
the role that laboratory professionals play in patient care.