Medical Laboratory Technology Degree

Course Sequence

Acceptance to the program is required before an applicant will be permitted to register for MLT courses.

Medical Laboratory Technology Degree

Medical Laboratory Technology Associate in Applied Science Degree (0022) Course Sequence

This is a 71 credit-hour, two-year accredited degree program, which can be completed in four semesters and two summers and includes:

  • 37 credit hours of general education courses
  • 34 credit hours of Medical Laboratory Technology courses

The curriculum includes mathematics, chemistry and biological sciences, as well as MLT technical courses and assigned clinical experiences.

Program Cost

For details, See the Cost Sheet

Program Outcomes

View the MLT Outcome Assessments

MLT Course Schedules

View the MLT Course schedule

Course Information

General Education Courses

General education courses can be completed prior to admission. However, because the course schedule is primarily general education courses during the first year, it is not recommended to complete all courses before the program starts. Only 12 credit hours of the general education courses are required to use the SWIC GPA option in lieu of ACT/SAT scores. These courses can be taken at the Belleville, Sam Wolf Granite City or Red Bud campuses. If general education courses are not completed prior to admission, they must be completed during the semesters indicated.

Medical Laboratory Technology Courses

The Medical Laboratory Technology program courses begin in the fall for those applicants accepted into the program. These courses are only offered at the Belleville Campus during the day. View the course sequence.

Clinical Education Experiences

Clinical experience courses begin in the second year of the program and are completed off campus in various settings. Students may be required to travel outside the college district for clinical experience courses and must have background check and drug testing prior to starting clinical practice. Specific clinical placement cannot be guaranteed.

Contact the Program Coordinator for more information:

Dianne Iberg