Medical laboratory technicians use sophisticated biomedical instrumentation, computers, and technology, to perform laboratory testing on blood and body fluids.
As essential members of the healthcare team, Medical laboratory technicians provide laboratory information from laboratory analyses that assist physicians in patient diagnosis and treatment.
Medical laboratory science professionals generate accurate laboratory data needed to aid in detecting cancer, heart attacks, diabetes, infectious mononucleosis, and identification of bacteria or viruses that cause infections, as well as in detecting drugs of abuse.
Students in our Medical Laboratory Technician program earn their Associate of Applied Science degree in 20 months.*
* Program length and degree type may vary by campus.
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