Medical Laboratory Technician
The Quincy College Medical Laboratory Technician program consists of didactic and campus laboratory courses designed to provide the student with entry-level knowledge and skills to perform clinical laboratory procedures in chemistry, hematology, microbiology, immunohematology, immunology, and phlebotomy. This training is enriched when the students will have the opportunity to apply previously acquired knowledge and skills in a supervised working environment. Clinical affiliate laboratories in and surrounding Quincy within an approximate 60-mile radius will be utilized for the clinical experience.
Upon successful completion of the program, an Associate of Science Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology is awarded. Graduates are eligible to take the national certification examination for Medical Laboratory Technology offered by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP) Board of Registry.
Please Note: Quincy College’s Medical Laboratory Technician program can only accept applicants who can meet onsite program requirements.
$1,000 Medical Laboratory Technician Scholarship
All new Fall 2022 Medical Laboratory Technician students will be eligible for a first-year scholarship.
MLT Information Sessions
- Sign up for the upcoming Medical Laboratory Technician Information Sessions
- Students applying to the Medical Laboratory Technician program should attend an Info Session to learn more about the program, instructors, and curriculum.
MLT Mission Statement
The MLT program provides a quality curriculum and innovative instruction to students who will, upon graduation, serve local, statewide and national healthcare communities.
Download the 2021-2022 Medical Laboratory Technician Student Handbook.
The Medical Laboratory Technician Program is accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science, 5600 N. River Rd. Suite 720, Rosemount, IL 60018; (773) 714 – 8880; http://www.naacls.org/.
MLT Success Rates
MLT Success Rates for 2017-2018*Graduates: 73% * Attrition rate: 27% Certification pass rate (within one year of graduation): 93% Employment rate: 100%
MLT Success Rates for 2018-2019 *Graduates 93% Attrition rate: 7% Certification pass rate (within one year of graduation): 60% Employment rate: 100%
MLT Success Rates for 2019-2020 *Graduates 89% Attrition rate: 11% Certification pass rate (within one year of graduation): 60% Certification pass rate (to date): 73% Employment rate: 100%
MLT Success Rates for 2020-2021 *Graduates 89% Attrition rate: 11% Certification pass rate (to date): 80% Employment rate: 100%
*Year to date data. MLT Student Success Rates subject to change as students complete clinical training and certification testing and obtain employment
For more information, please contact Andrea McLain, Chair of Medical Laboratory Technician Program, email@example.com.
View the curriculum for this associate degree program in the latest college catalog here.
Medical Laboratory Technician Courses
- MLT 101
Introduction to Medical Laboratory Technician Program & Safety
- MLT 102
Urinalysis and Body Fluids
- MLT 103
Medical Microbiology I with Lab
- MLT 104
Hematology and Coagulation
- MLT 105
- MLT 202
- MLT 203
Medical Microbiology II with Lab
- MLT 204
- MLT 211
Chemistry Clinical Practicum
- MLT 212
Urinalysis Clinical Practicum
- MLT 213
Microbiology Clinical Practicum
- MLT 214
Immunology Clinical Practicum
- MLT 215
lmmunohematology Clinical Practicum
- MLT 216
Phlebotomy Clinical Practicum
- MLT 217
Hematology Clinical Practicum
- MLT 221
Clinical Lab Seminar
- PHB 125
- PHB 115
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Program Chair & Instructor of MLT
Andrea McLain, MS, MT (ASCP)
24 Saville Avenue, Suite 101. Quincy, MA 02169
Sharon King, MLT (CSMLS), BS, MEd, H (ASCP)CM, RMA (AMT)
Assistant Professor of Medical Laboratory Technician Program
Barbara Schwartz, MPH, MLS (ASCP)CM
Clinical Supervisor, & Instructor of MLT
2020-2021 Adjunct Faculty of Medical Laboratory Technician Program:
Lisa Dilworth, MT (ASCP)
Hassan El Amani, PhD, MS, SBB(ASCP), CLS(NCA)
Kristin O’Brien, MT (ASCP)
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