Clinical Laboratory Technology
STC’s Clinical Laboratory Technology (CLT) Associate Degree Program is an exciting and challenging field with opportunities in clinical (hospital) laboratories, research facilities, commercial and industrial laboratories. The CLT program combines classroom preparation and hospital laboratory experience. Each student will spend three (3) semesters in the classroom/lab and two (2) semesters in the hospital clinical setting where medical technologists oversee the clinical training. Students develop academic, technical, and professional knowledge and skills required to analyze blood and body fluids that aid physicians in diagnosing and monitoring diseases.
Clinical Laboratory Technology graduates can work at commercial/industrial laboratories, medical research facilities, hospitals, and lab services.
Immediately upon graduation, STC graduates have made between $18 and $20 per hour.
National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science (NAACLS)
NAACLS Yearly Report 2020 - Southeastern Technical College
Clinical Laboratory Technology Program
Outcome Measures: 3-year average:
ASCP / AMT National Registry Certification Pass Rates: 100%
Graduation Rate / Attrition rate: 94% / 6%
Job Placement Rates: 100%
National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science
ASCP / AMT National Registry Certification Pass Rates: 75%
Graduation Rate / Attrition rate: 70%
Job Placement Rates: 70%
AssociateClinical Laboratory Technology Degree
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