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Medical Laboratory Technician, Medical Laboratory Assistant, and Phlebotomy

Consider pursuing a career as a Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) and become a member of the laboratory team! Join our accredited program to become an MLT and you'll have opportunities to enter flexible health care careers in clinical laboratory science. As an MLT, you will analyze blood, body fluids and microbiology cultures; work up blood units for transfusions, operate automated equipment, instruments and analyzers; and conduct manual testing in accordance with federal laws, guidelines and national standards.

The Medical Laboratory Assistant (MLA) 29-credit certificate program provides the education needed to prepare students as trained MLA’s in a variety of clinical laboratory settings including hospitals, clinics and physician office laboratories.

Our Phlebotomy Technician program is 12 credits and teaches the principles and practice of venipuncture, skin puncturing and processing of samples for laboratory testing.

Through our program, our dedicated faculty will prepare you for entry-level employment in laboratory medicine to meet the current and the increasing demands for medical laboratory technicians.


Majors and Offerings

We're proud to offer the following degree, credit certificate and letter of recognition:

Medical Laboratory Technician, A.A.S.

Medical Laboratory Assistant (certificate)

Phlebotomy Technician (lor)


Faculty and Staff

Christopher L. Harmon, chair/assistant professor
410-777-7107
clharmon2@aacc.edu 
FLRS 311

Questions?

We’re here to help.

School of Health Sciences
Medical Laboratory Sciences

Christopher L. Harmon

410-777-7107

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David Thomas, DPT
Assistant Dean