Medical Laboratory Technology
ASU-Darton College of Health professions’ two-year Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) program prepares graduates to practice as a laboratory technician in hospitals, clinics, physicians' offices, and other health care facilities. Graduates are eligible for the national certifying exams. The MLT Program is offered in both a traditional classroom format and a combination on-line and distance learning format.
BEFORE YOU APPLY: PROGRAM NOTES
Prospective applicants should be aware of the following:
- The courses to be completed for the degree will vary based on the student’s preferred area of study which is referred to as the “pathway” for the career program of choice. Therefore, it is important to meet with an adviser to map out the best academic plan to achieve his or her goal. The student should first focus on taking the prerequisites required for the program for which they will be applying.
- All career programs have a selective admissions process. This means that a seat in any program is awarded only to the top applicants. Simply meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to a program.
- The general education courses required for each career program are summarized in the comparison chart for all 2-year health career programs at Albany State University on the last page of the packet.
The Division of Health Sciences is responsible for the information on this page.
To inquire about the Medical Laboratory Technology program, please contact Quontasha Glover.