Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Medical Laboratory Technology)
Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Technology or BSc MLT is an undergraduate course of 3-year, which is divided into six years (two semesters per year). In this course professionals are taught about various aspects of health care. The students perform various diagnostic analyses on body fluids, which include hematology, bacteriology, immunologic, chemical and microscopic during the course. The subjects taught in the program are Clinical Endocrinology & Toxicology Lab, Diagnostic Molecular Biology Lab, Diagnostic Cytology etc.
What is BSc MLT ?
The BSc MLT course fees may vary from one college to another. The average fees of the course range from INR 10,000 to 4 Lakhs per annum.
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The job opportunities in this field depend on the basis of academic and technical skills of the technologist or technician. Candidates can work as Medical Laboratory Technician, Clinical Laboratory Technician, Phlebotomist, Clinical Laboratory Technologist, Medical Laboratory Technologist, Lab Technologist, Biochemist, Medical Phlebotomist etc.
Why Study BSc MLT?
Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Technology is one of the perfect courses for those students who want to make themselves comfortable in the medical field because in this course the graduates will go through the required training and gain the required skill set to work efficiently.
Medical Science is one of the finest and most in-demand courses joined by candidates with an interest in the healthcare sector.
Medical lab technicians play a crucial role in the functioning of any medical activity.
BSc MLT syllabus consists of subjects that equip candidates with the skills required to handle advanced equipment so as to perform accurate laboratory tests.
This degree course empowers the students to go for various educational, hospitals and governmental as they can run laboratories, consultancy services, health care centres.
This enables the degree holder to go for higher degree programs in respective subjects for a master’s degree and then further studies.