b"Medical Laboratory Technology (Jackson County Campus) Fall Entry The Medical Laboratory Technology program prepares individuals to work in a medical laboratory under the supervision of a medical laboratory scientist or pathologist and/or other physicians. Included are routine laboratory procedures and tasks in the areas of hematology, bacteriology, immunohematology, chemistry, parasitology, immunology, and urinalysis. This program is twenty-two months duration and is offered in affiliation with local hospitals. The clinical laboratories are recognized as extended campuses of the college. Students successfully completing this program are prepared for employment in hospitals, medical laboratories, clinics, and industry as Medical Laboratory Technicians. Graduates of this program will be awarded Associates of Applied Science Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology and are eligible to sit for national certification examinations. The MGCCC MLT program's American Society of Clinical Pathology Board of Certification (ASCP BOC) pass rate and other Program Outcome Measures can be found on the program web page. The college is assisted and advised by a Medical Laboratory Technology Advisory Committee composed of pathologists, medical laboratory scientists and technicians, college administrators and instructors. The Medical Laboratory Technology - Associate Degree Program is nationally accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science (NAACLS). 5600 N. River Road Suite 720 Rosemont, IL. (773) 714-8880. Website: www.naacls.orgProgram Goals The goals of the Medical Laboratory Technology program include; 1.Provide the graduate with skills and knowledge to function as a laboratory technician in a variety of health care settings, performing competent laboratory testing, using standard precautions, and following quality control procedures. 2.Prepare graduates to successfully pass the Medical Laboratory Technology certifying examinations and become nationally registered.Admission Procedure Make application and be accepted to Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. Application can be completed online. Submit copies of official transcripts of all schools attended to the Office of Admissions. All transcripts must be reviewed by the Office of Admission for determination of course credits. Meet all Academic Requirements (listed below) and complete any program pre-requisites or Entry Requirements. After successful completion and submission of ALL academic and entry requirements (See section below), the student is eligible to complete the Medical Laboratory Technology Supplemental Application for Program Admission. Fall Semester Application Submission: Between April 15th and July 1 complete and submit the online Supplemental Application.To complete and submit the online Supplemental Application: 1.Access the college's web page mgccc.edu 2.Click on Web Services (top tab) 3.Enter the GCID (M#) and Password 4.Select Student 5.Select School of Nursing and Health Professions Supplemental Application. 226"