Medical Laboratory Technology
Associate in Applied Science

The Medical Laboratory Technician possesses the technical skills necessary to perform routine testing in the areas of hematology, serology, coagulation, clinical microbiology, clinical chemistry, blood banking, and urinalysis in clinical laboratories of hospitals, clinics, and physician offices under the supervision of a physician and/or medical technologist. The technician performs venipuncture to obtain blood specimens and is an integral part of the health care team providing information used in diagnosis and treatment.

Admission Worksheets

Requirements for Application

  1. Graduated from an approved high school, or shall demonstrate equivalent competency (G.E.D. examination).
  2. Take Health Occupations Aptitude Examination – Revised
Fall Semester
BIOL 121 Anatomy and Physiology I 4
CHEM 111 Chemistry I (Inorganic Chemistry) 5
MATH 134 College Algebra 3
MLTC 120 Intro to Clinical Lab 3

Spring Semester
BIOL 122 Anatomy and Physiology II 4
BIOL 215 Microbiology 4
CHEM 112 Chemistry II (Physical and Analytical) 5
MLTC 121 Serology 1.5
MLTC 122 Clinical Microscopy 1.5
MLTC 123 Phlebotomy 3

Summer Semester
ENGL 101 English Composition 3
SPCH 103 Fundamentals of Speech 3

Fall Semester
MLTC 223 Immunohematology (1st 10 ½ weeks) 4
MLTC 228 Hematology & Hemostatis (1st 10 ½ weeks) 5
MLTC 251 Clinical Rotation I (Last 6 ½ weeks) 3
Spring Semester
MLTC 225 Clinical Chemistry (1st 10 ½ weeks) 4
MLTC 229 Applied Clinical Microbiology (1st 10 ½ weeks) 5
MLTC 252 Clinical Rotation II (Last 6 ½ weeks) 3
PSYH 101 Psychology 3

Total Credit hours for Degree: 67 credit hours

* Note: This is a SICCM sponsored program. The majority of the courses will be in Herrin at the SICCM location. The general education courses are at the KC campus. Kaskaskia College will be the degree granter for this program.
Students must maintain a "C" or better in all MLTC & Science classes.

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