Guide to Medical Laboratory Technician Schools

A medical laboratory technician is the person who works behind the scenes to help detect disease in patients. They conduct lab tests to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.

Those who wish to practice in the field will require additional training beyond a high school diploma. That training can be obtained through a junior college or in some cases, technical schools and even hospitals. You can expect to spend 2 years earning this type of degree.

To find programs in qualified schools and colleges, use the search tool at the top of the page.