Associate of Applied Science
Medical Laboratory Technology
ACC's degree plan in Medical Laboratory Technology is a two-year course of study (including one summer) that prepares the student for a career as a Medical Laboratory Technician through classroom study and supervised clinical experience. | Degree Plan
A student must hold an Associate of Applied Science in MLT/CLT or a baccalaureate degree in MT/CLS and department chair approval to be admitted to the program. Students who hold other science degrees may be considered for acceptance pending department chair approval. | Institutional Certificate
Successful completion of the degree plan leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree in Medical Laboratory Technology. Graduates are eligible to take a national certification exam, such as the ASCP or the NCA. The Program is nationally accredited through the Council on Allied Health Education Accreditation. Students who have not completed any of the required courses are encouraged to take three (3) years to complete the curriculum.