Clinical Laboratory Technology
Clinical Laboratory Technicians are important members of health-care provider teams. CLTs perform a variety of chemical and biological analyses on blood & other specimens to assist physicians in the diagnosis & treatment of disease. The CLT graduate can choose from a variety of employment opportunities, including hospital laboratories, physician offices & clinics, public health facilities, and research institutions. National surveys indicate a need for qualified clinical laboratory technicians and technologists throughout the country. Clinical Lab Technology Brochure
Jefferson State's CLT/MLT Program prepares students for entry into the field of laboratory medicine in 6 semesters at a reasonable tuition cost. The CLT Program consists of basic academic courses, CLT courses taught in campus labs, and clinical experiences in one of several hospitals and reference laboratories. Students may apply for admission to JSCC during any semester and register for general education requirements and prerequisites for the CLT/MLT Program. Admission to the professional sequence requires a grade of 'C' or higher on the required general education courses and an overall 'C' (2.5 GPA) or higher.
Successful completion of the program leads to an Associate in Applied Science Degree & eligibility for national CLT/MLT certification by such agencies as ASCP and AMT.