Medical Lab Technology

Malinda Browning

Program Director  405-382-9286

 

 

 

Seminole State College’s Medical Laboratory Technology Program is accredited

by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS).  Questions may be directed to NAACLS, 8410 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue, Chicago, IL 60631-3415, telephone 773.714.8880.

 

Upon completion of the Associate in Applied Science in Medical Laboratory Technology, the graduate is eligible to challenge the Board of Certification MLT Exam.  With two years qualified work experience and a Bachelor’s Degree, the graduate may challenge the ASCP Board of Certification MLS Exam.

 

Presented is a suggested schedule of course study.  Each individual’s progress will

vary depending on their academic background and prerequisite courses required. 

It is essential that students consult the MLT Program Director prior to enrolling

each semester.

 

MLT Program Admission Requirements

 

  1. High School graduation or G.E.D.
  2. Acceptance to Seminole State College
  3. Completion of Medical Laboratory Orientation Course
  4. GPA of 2.0. (“C” or better in all courses)
  5. ACT Composite score of 19.0 (Taken within past 5 yeas)
  6. ACT Reading score of 19.0 (Taken within the past 5 years)
  7. Interview with MLT Program Director         
  8. Completion of MLT Admission Packet (obtained during MLT Orientation
    Course)
  9. Completion of immunization status
  10. Completion of background check in accordance with state and federal
    requirements

 

 

Program Goals  |  Entry Level Competencies  |

MLT Program outcomes

 

 

MLT Suggested Plan of Study

First Year - Fall Semester

Courses Title Lecture Hours Lab Hours Credit Hours
ENG 1113 English Composition I 3 0 3
CHEM 1315 General Chemistry I*

3

4

5

MLT 1402 MLT Orientation

2

0

2

MATH 1513 College Algebra

3

0

3

SOC or PSY Elective 3 0 3
Total Semester Hours 16 
 

First Year - Spring Semester

ENG 1213 English Composition II 3 0 3
MICR 2224 Microbiology 3 4
HIST 1483 American History
Survey to 1877 or
     
HIST 1493 American History
Survey since 1877 
3 0 3
ANAT 2114 Anatomy or      
BIOL 2214 Physiology 3 3 4
Total Semester Hours 14 
 

Second Year - Fall Semester

GOV 1113 American National
Government
3 0 3
MLT 1412 Urinalysis/Body Fluids 2 2 2
MLT 2455 Clinical Chemistry 3 4 5
MLT 2462 Mycology/Parasitology 2 2 2
MLT 1523 Instrumental Chemical Analysis 2 2 3
Total Semester Hours 15 
 

Second Year - Spring Semester

MLT 2434 Immunology/Blood Bank 3 3 4
MLT 2564 Clinical Microbiology 3 3 4
MLT 1515 Hematology 3 4 5
MLT 2101 MLT Capstone Seminar 1 0 1
Total Semester Hours 14 
 

Second Year - Summer Semester (16 weeks)

MLT 2413 Hematology Clinical Practicum 0 160 3
MLT 2423 Chemistry Clinical Practicum 0 160 3
MLT 2433 Microbiology Clinical Practicum 0 160 3
MLT 2443 Blood Banking Clinical Practicum 0 160 3
Total Semester Hours 12 

Total Program Hours 71

 

*Concurrent enrollment with College Algebra upon suitable scores on placement exams.

 

All four clinical rotations must be taken in the same semester.  The semester in which the student enrolls will depend upon completion of all academic courses and availability of space in affiliated hospital laboratories.  It is essential that students consult with the MLT Program Director prior to enrolling each semester.

 

Note: Biology 1214 or Zoology 1114 is recommended for MLT Program students.

09/11/2008