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- It is required that applicants to the program have successfully completed high school algebra, chemistry and biology with a C (2.0) or better to demonstrate proficiency in math and science. In addition, an applicant must have a cumulative high school GPA of 2.5 or higher. Some special requirements may have to be met before entrance to the program or to certain clinical sites. See the Program Director or the MLT Student Handbook for details.
- All students accepted to the Medical Laboratory Technology program must submit to a criminal background check at the student’s expense. Mitchell Technical Institute has partnered with CastleBranch to complete your background check. You will need to create a username and password. Details are available from the Admissions office. Please click here to begin the process.
Immunization Requirements: Some immunization requirements may have to be met before entrance to certain clinical sites. See the Instructor for details.
Program Requirements: Students must have earned a grade of C or better in all previous technical courses before enrolling in clinical courses.
Graduation Requirement: Students must earn a grade of C (2.0) or higher in all technical courses including the clinical practicum in order to graduate.
Computer Requirements: This program allows you to bring your own laptop as long as it meets these minimum specifications:
Processor – Intel Core i Series (i3, i5, i7) or AMD Ryzen
Operating System – Windows 10
Memory - 4 GB or more
Internal Storage – 64 GB or more
Microsoft Office is available at no charge as long as enrolled at MTI
NO APPLE/MAC COMPUTERS
Licensure Considerations: Upon completion of the program, graduates will be eligible to sit for the Medical Laboratory Technician, MLT(ASCP) certification exam with the American Society for Clinical Pathology Board of Certification. South Dakota and many other states do not require licensure to practice as a Medical Laboratory Technician. Licensure is currently required in 12 states (California, Hawaii, Florida, New York, North Dakota, Tennessee, Louisiana, Nevada, West Virginia, Montana, and Georgia). The components of the law vary from state to state. If you plan to locate in a state with licensure, that state should be contacted for specific information on how to obtain licensure. Generally, you will need to demonstrate that you have graduated from an accredited MLT program (MTI's program meets this requirement) and have obtained MLT(ASCP) certification. California has its own certification exam. For further information regarding practicing as a Medical Laboratory Technician in other states, please visit the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science website: https://www.ascls.org/advocacy-issues/licensure