Clinical Laboratory Technicians are health professionals skilled in both the theory and practice of clinical laboratory procedures that provide data physicians use to determine the absence, presence, extent, and cause of disease. Clinical Laboratory Technicians must be accurate, dedicated, skilled and self-motivated.
The Clinical Laboratory Technician coursework is delivered through traditional classroom lecture or distance learning with scheduled on-campus laboratories and clinical experiences.
The distance learning program is set up utilizing three sources:
For program course requirements, consult the Madisonville Advising Plan.
Clinical Laboratory Technicians are employed by hospitals, clinics, doctor’s offices, research facilities, public health centers, veterinary offices, clinics, colleges, industry and the Armed Forces. Salaries for CLTs throughout the United States range from $30,160 to $36,400.
CLT is a selective admission program. In addition to MCC’s general admission requirements, candidates to the program must complete the following:
This program is 2 years in length. Upon graduation from the CLT program, you can increase your employment opportunities by transferring to a university and applying your credits toward a bachelor’s degree in medical technology, environmental science, forensic medicine, genetics, biology, chemistry, microbiology or pre-med. Vast opportunities are available to you in this area of study.
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This information should not be considered a substitute for the KCTCS Catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.