Medical Lab Tech Lab (MLTL)
This is a course designed to give the student practical experience in collecting blood specimens for the purpose of laboratory analysis. Capillary and venipuncture techniques will be performed with emphasis on safety and standard precautions.
This course includes actual hospital experience in which students gain proficiency in collecting, transporting, handling, and processing blood specimens for analysis.
This course is designed to introduce specific skills necessary in the performance of obtaining manual dexterity and proficiency in laboratory procedures.
This is an intensive microscopy course designed to allow the MLT student to gain proficiency in identifying both normal and abnormal cells and conditions by use of the microscope and computer software in blood, urine, and body fluids.
This course is designed to instruct in hands-on principles of immunology and serological procedures including the action of antigens, formation of antibodies, types of immunity, and the methods of immunization involved in the prevention of disease.
This course provides the student practical experience running basic tests performed in a hospital blood bank. Laboratory work will reinforce immunohematology and blood banking concepts.
A course designed to give the student practical experience in the isolation and identification of pathogenic organisms. Students will learn to differentiate between normal flora and pathogens.
This course is designed to instruct the MLT student to gain proficiency in advanced immunohematology techniques not performed at all transfusion facilities.
This course is designed to introduce the MLT student to automated methods within the clinical laboratory through the use of available instrumentation in the student lab, supplemented with visits to prospective clinical laboratory sites for observation.
This course consists of supervised laboratory rotation in a clinical core laboratory facility.
Patient care and privacy, manipulative skills, quality control, and professionalism will be emphasized.
This course consists of supervised laboratory rotation in a clinical microbiology/molecular laboratory facility.