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Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) Program Information

Associate of Applied Science


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The Medical Laboratory Technician is a skilled professional who works in a clinical laboratory setting under the supervision of a qualified physician and/or medical technologist. The technician performs laboratory procedures involving body fluids in the areas of hematology, microbiology, immunohematology, immunology, clinical chemistry, and urinalysis. A laboratory technician operates automated analyzers and monitors quality control programs. Although technicians have limited patient contact, clinical laboratory testing plays a crucial role in the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. Upon completion of this program, students will be eligible to sit for national certification as a Medical Laboratory Technician.


This program is offered on the following campus: Allen Park (AP)
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Program Director: Saeid Ghazizadeh ([email protected])

Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) Program (AAS)

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Program Waiver / Handbook

Program Mission & Outcomes

Program Objectives

  • The graduate will follow standard precautions and quality assurance to ensure safety and accuracy in clinical laboratory testing.
  • The graduate will apply didactic knowledge related to the MLT program including the disciplines of hematology, immunohematology, chemistry, microbiology, and all aspects set by the guidelines and standards of the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS).
  • The graduate will demonstrate proficiency in the clinical skills of an entry-level medical laboratory technician.
  • The graduate will use effective oral and written communication with healthcare professionals and customers.
  • The graduate will apply critical thinking skills in the areas of pre-analytical, analytical, and post-analytical processes.
  • The graduate will model professional and ethical behavior following standards set forth by the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS).



The goal of the Baker College MLT program is to provide students with a quality higher education and prepare them to be competent as entry-level medical laboratory technicians.



The mission of Baker College Medical Laboratory Technician program is to provide the healthcare community with competent entry-level clinical laboratory technicians.


Course Student Learning Outcomes

Academic Plan

Background Check Requirements

Yes,  Background Check required.  Visit the Background Checks page for more information.


Additional Program Information

Limited Enrollment Program Information

Application Semester: Spring       Health Science Limited Enrollment Application Spring 2019

Admission Exam: Test of Required Academic Skills (TEAS), 30% of ranking

Additional Information:  Health Science Limited Enrollment Program

Required Courses:
Full acceptance into the professional track of some programs is limited due to clinical or work site availability. Students compete to earn acceptance into these programs. All students having successfully completed the conditional acceptance requirements, are eligible to apply. Admittance criteria for all limited enrollment health science programs features a common set of prerequisite courses prior to acceptance to their selected program. Students have the opportunity to apply to multiple limited enrollment programs due to the common set of required courses used for the selection process.

General Education Courses

(Minimum Grade C)

Required Courses

(Minimum Grade B- )

Weighted Courses

(Minimum Grade B- )

(70% of Ranking)

ENG 1010 HSC 1010 BIO 1210
ENG 1020   BIO 1211
MTH 1110   BIO 1220
PSY 1110   BIO 1221
SPK 2010   BIO 2150


Students may attempt to earn a seat in a Limited Enrollment program up to two times. An attempt is defined as having completed all prerequisite coursework at or above the minimum grade required, completed the entrance exam, but were not awarded a seat due to their standing and limited seat capacity. Students reapplying must complete the program reapplication process including submitting a new application.

Note:  If you are a new transfer student or currently completing a required course at another institution, you must request an Official Transcript be sent to Baker College.  Your Official Transcript must be received by 5:00 pm the last Friday of the semester.  If you have previously provided your Official Transcript, you do not need to supply it again.


Library Resources

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Clinical / Work Experience Information

For information about when to apply, how to apply, and application requirements, please visit our Work Experience Information web page.

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