Medical Laboratory Science, Diploma, Full-time – BCIT (2023)

September 2022 Matrix

The below program matrix is effective for students entering the program in September 2022 and later.

Level 1 (September to December) Credits BHSC 1139Applied Immunology

Study the theoretical foundations for understanding the immune response and immune disorders, as well as the use of immune products as both therapies and laboratory reagents. The innate immune response and both humoral and cellular adaptive responses will be examined, including discussion of the impact of cytokine signaling and inflammation in the immune response. The use of immune products will be investigated as both reagents and analytes in a range of laboratory analyses, and students will apply this knowledge to the analysis of clinical and immunological data. The underlying basis and clinical manifestations of immunological disorders such as immunodeficiency, hypersensitivity and autoimmune diseases will also be examined. Learning is assessed through a range of written assignments and exams.
Prerequisite(s):

  • No prerequisites are required for this course.

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3.5BHSC 1310Anatomy and Physiology for Medical Laboratory Sciences 1

​Utilize a systems approach to study the relationship between structure and function in the human body. Begin with a discussion of cells and tissues as basic structural/functional units followed by histology, integumentary, musculoskeletal, hematological, vascular and lymphatic systems. Applying homeostasis as a theme to regulation and integration of body systems with emphasis placed on the anatomy, physiology and systems relevant to Medical Laboratory Sciences. In the seminars, case studies and other active learning techniques are used to integrate knowledge across body systems and to develop critical thinking skills essential to clinical practice. Evaluation of learning is conducted through weekly seminar quizzes, exams, as well as in-class practice and participation.
Prerequisite(s):

  • No prerequisites are required for this course.

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3.0COMM 1370Communications for Medical Laboratory Science 1

Develop effective listening, writing, and speaking skills required for the Medical Laboratory Technology field. Learn practical considerations for effective planning, organizing, and presenting of information, both orally and in writing. Begin to anticipate communication challenges in the workplace and develop analytical skills and strategies for problem solving and handling interpersonal challenges commonly met with in the professional field. Exercises and activities to develop the learner's abilities to work effectively as a team member or team leader also integrated into seminars and assignments. Evaluation of learning is conducted through a range exams, written projects, and oral presentations.
Prerequisite(s):

  • No prerequisites are required for this course.

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3.0MLSC 1218Integrative Medical Laboratory Studies 1

Learn a variety of methods, approaches and foundational concepts that are applied across clinical laboratory areas and activities. Identify many of the analytical and operational connections between the different disciplines of the medical laboratory: Clinical Chemistry, Hematology, Anatomical Pathology, Transfusion Medicine, Molecular Diagnostics and Clinical Microbiology. Integrate, and hone through practice, the over-arching concepts of safety, basic laboratory practice, specimen handling, methodology and analysis, quality assurance, and critical thinking required as a Medical Laboratory Technologist. Evaluation of learning is conducted through a range theory based written assessments, and practical laboratory and skills demonstrations.
Prerequisite(s):

  • No prerequisites are required for this course.

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7.5MLSC 1309Clinical Microbiology 1

​Learners will practice diagnostic microbiology foundational to routine clinic laboratory culture and susceptibilities (C&S) work. They will explore human relationships with microorganisms, prokaryotic (bacterial) cell structure, metabolism and growth, and the principles of antimicrobial action and resistance. In laboratory and seminar, learners will study culture and identification strategies. They will use macroscopic and microscopic morphology and differential biochemical testing to recover isolates and interpret culture growth and correlations. Building on these foundations, they will study the significance of selected bacteria based on epidemiology, pathogenesis/disease spectrum, laboratory diagnosis and therapy/prevention. Learners will perform identification of selected bacteria following laboratory protocols. Learning is assessed through a blend of theoretical knowledge and demonstration of practical skills.
Prerequisite(s):

  • No prerequisites are required for this course.

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4.5MLSC 1314Molecular and Cell Biology

This course introduces basic principles of eukaryotic/prokaryotic molecular and cell biology to provide foundational knowledge supporting program courses. Topics include genome organization and genetics, DNA replication, transcription, translation, DNA/protein structure and chemistry, DNA mutations, and genotype-phenotype correlation. Lecture theory is supported by seminar group discussion and activities. Assessment is based on case study assignments, quizzes and exam.
Prerequisite(s):

  • No prerequisites are required for this course.

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(Video) BCIT Medical Laboratory Science Online Info Session 2021 02 04
1.0 Level 2 (January to May) Credits BHSC 1300Self and Others: Foundations

​Develop core skills for professional practice as a Medical Laboratory Technologist, including recognizing signs of individual stress and burnout, conflict and group stress in the workplace. Recognize signs of patient stress and distress, and learn to support special patient cases, such as phobic and anxious patients, and reducing pain perception. Develop skills in coping with stress and de-escalating distress in self and others, conflict resolution, as well as managing the impact of shiftwork. Exercises and activities include discussions, role-play, and a self-reflective approach to examine how one's own interpersonal style influences others. Learning is assessed through a mix of theoretical exams, skills demonstrations and reflections.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Level 1 MLS courses

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1.5BHSC 1320Anatomy and Physiology for Medical Laboratory Sciences 2

This course further examines the human body: cardiac, respiratory, digestive, renal, neurological (incl special senses), endocrine, and reproductive systems. Fluid and pH homeostasis are studied to exemplify regulation and integration of body systems. In the seminars, case studies and other active learning techniques are used to integrate knowledge across body systems and to develop critical thinking skills essential to clinical practice. Evaluation of learning is conducted through weekly seminar quizzes, exams, as well as in-class practice and participation.
Prerequisite(s):

  • BSHC 1310 AND All Term 1 courses

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3.0MLSC 1304Specimen Procurement 1

Accurate biological specimen procurement and handling, with particular focus on blood specimens is foundational to the work of medical laboratory technologists. Learn to verify relevant data and procure appropriate specimens according to established protocols. Under supervision, practice simulated venous collection techniques. Through laboratory exercises, develop effective client/patient communication strategies and demonstrate professional, ethical behaviour expected in clinical settings. Evaluation of learning is conducted through a range theory based written assessments, and practical laboratory and skills demonstrations.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Term 1 courses

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1.0MLSC 1320Transfusion Science 1

​​​​​​​Introduces the basic concepts of transfusion science. Utilizes terminology needed to understand and communicate about transfusion practice. Illustrates and provides opportunity to practice the basic techniques used in the transfusion service. Learning is assessed through a combination of exams, quizzes, assignments, and laboratory work.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Level 1 courses.

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2.5MLSC 2300Hematology 1

Learn to identify and evaluate normal and non-malignant blood cells through the preparation, examination, and reporting of peripheral blood films and correlating these findings with patient history and Complete Blood Count (CBC) results. The concepts associated with hematopoiesis and erythrocyte, leukocyte, and thrombocyte metabolism form the basis for this practice. Routine manual hematology techniques and automated CBC analyzers will be explored in both theory and practice including: test principles, methods, and limitations associated with each test. Quality control practices will be emphasized to ensure that reliable test results are obtained and reporting criteria are followed. Familiarization with interfering substances and corrective actions necessary to limit the effects of these on patient samples will also be explored. Test results will be assessed according to established reference ranges and critical alert values. Procedures required for follow-up when abnormal and/or implausible test results are obtained will also be introduced.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Term 1 Courses

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5.0MLSC 2309Clinical Microbiology 1

Continued study of major groups of bacteria based on epidemiology, pathogenesis/disease spectrum, laboratory diagnosis and therapy/prevention. Apply laboratory protocols in the identification of selected bacteria studied in Level 1 and Level 2. Interpret test results to report identifications at an introductory level. Study instrumentation/automation (including MALDI) at an introductory level. Describe concepts of safe practice in theory for RL3 organisms. Apply safe practices in laboratory for RL1 and RL2 organisms. Refine critical thinking, problem solving, and team-based interpersonal skills through collaborative laboratory workshops and assignments that integrate theory and practice. Learning will be assessed with theory examinations, online learning activities and practical labs.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Level 1 courses and MLSC 1309

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(Video) 2022 03 02 Medical Laboratory Science
4.5MLSC 2314Molecular Diagnostics 1

This course introduces basic principles of molecular analysis to prepare students for performing clinical molecular assays in Molecular 2. Emphasis is on the NAT process from pre-analytical through post-analytical phases with an overarching approach to quality assurance and quality control. Lab-developed skills include DNA sample preparation, PCR amplification, and result interpretation. Assessment is based on quizzes, exams, lab assignments, and skills competency. ​
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Level 1 courses and MSLC1314

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2.5MLSC 2315Clinical Chemistry 1

Become familiar with the clinical significance and analytical methods involved in several different biochemical constituents including the use of manual and automated techniques for qualitative and quantitative analysis of blood, urine, and stool specimens. Utilize quality control procedures to assess the analytical results and interpret patient results, correlate them with other test results and indicate any follow-up tests. Discover the function and chemical pathology of the various body systems in relation to laboratory analysis. In laboratory settings, demonstrate proper laboratory techniques, competent use of instrumentation and critical problem solving to produce timely, accurate and precise test results. Evaluation of learning is conducted through a range of theory based written assessments, and practical laboratory techniques and skills demonstrations.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All of Term 1 courses

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6.0 Level 3 (September to December) Credits MLSC 2320Transfusion Science 1

Builds upon information covered in Transfusion Science 1. Covers the identification of irregular antibodies, complex patient presentations, and hemolytic disease of the newborn. Learning is assessed through a combination of exams, quizzes, assignments, and laboratory work.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Level 1 courses and MSLC 1320
4.0MLSC 2325Clinical Chemistry 2

Apply theory and laboratory practices to correlate knowledge of clinical chemistry to patient test results and determine the validity of testing data based on sample acceptability criteria, quality assurance/ quality control criteria, and the correlation of test results with patient symptoms, diagnosis, and other related analyte concentrations. Gain knowledge and skills in handling priority testing and critical alert values. New concepts, topics and methods of analysis emphasized in the lectures are practiced in the laboratory sessions. Through various simulation activities, both self-directed and cooperative learning will be used to evaluate clinically relevant case studies and laboratory scenarios. Evaluation of learning is conducted through a range of theory based written assessments, and practical laboratory and skills demonstrations. ​
Prerequisite(s):

  • MLSC 2315 AND All Term 2 courses

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5.5MLSC 2330Histology 1

Apply the principles and instrumentation required in the clinical anatomical pathology laboratory. Topics covered include human microscopic tissue recognition, fixation, tissue processing, decalcification, microtomy, stain theory plus routine and special stains. Engage in microscopic evaluation of digital tissue sections, embedding, microtomy, biological staining procedures such as methods for routine morphological assessment, carbohydrate stains, quality assurance and troubleshooting. Evaluation of learning is conducted through a range of written assignments, exam, as well as laboratory practice and skills demonstration.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Term 2 courses

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5.0MLSC 3300Hematology 2

Apply theory and laboratory practices previously studied in Hematology 1 with an emphasis on safe work practices, pre-analytical assessment of specimens, quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC), automated Complete Blood Count (CBC) results and peripheral blood film (PBF) findings. The foundational concepts of hematopoiesis, erythrocyte (RBC) and leukocyte (WBC) metabolism, and platelets (PLT's) introduced in Hematology 1 will be studied in greater detail including an investigation of the pathologies of blood cells. Stained PBF's will be evaluated in order to identify important morphologic changes in blood cells and correlate their presence with a variety of hematologic disorders. Detailed case studies, on selected major hematologic disorders, will be completed including a PBF evaluation and identification/ interpretation of characteristic laboratory findings. Test results will be assessed according to established reference ranges and critical alert values, including follow-up when abnormal and/or implausible test results are obtained. Students will correlate theory with laboratory applications to prepare them appropriately for the competency based objectives they will be required to meet during their clinical practice rotations of the MLS program.
Prerequisite(s):

  • MLSC 2300 AND All Term 2 courses

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(Video) Medical Laboratory Science Info Session 2018
5.0MLSC 3309Clinical Microbiology 3

This course focuses primarily on antimicrobials and antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST). Learners study drug classes and their generations, modes of action and target sites, usual lethality (bactericidal vs bacteriostatic), spectrum of activity, toxicity and/or hypersensitivity. The history and evolution of AST in modern medicine is introduced. Current AST techniques, conventional and automated methods, as well as the screening and confirmation of mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance, are taught and practiced in the laboratory sessions. Reporting strategies recommended by the Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) are introduced. In preparation for the next course, Specimen Processing in the Microbiology Laboratory is introduced. Theory and laboratory practice emphasize safety and quality control. Collaborative laboratory workshops and assignments enhance critical thinking, problem solving, and team-based interpersonal skills. Learning is assessed through online learning activities, unit exams, laboratory practical activities and workshops, along with formal laboratory and theory exams.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Level 2 courses and MLSC 2309

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3.5 Level 4 (January to May) Credits MLSC 2304Specimen Procurement 2

Develop competence in procuring specimens by venipuncture and capillary puncture. Ensure that appropriate specimens are collected according to established protocols while interacting with clients/ patients in a professional manner, employing effective communication strategies and exercising professional behaviours that support the ethical obligations expected in clinical settings. Through supervised laboratory practice, demonstrate venous and capillary collection techniques, and work towards independent performance with a level of knowledge, skill, and judgement consistent with readiness to proceed to clinical placement. Evaluation of learning is conducted through a range of theory based written assessments, and demonstration of laboratory procedures.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Level 3 courses and MSLC 1304

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2.0MLSC 2310Hemostasis

Apply theory and laboratory practices previously studied in Hematology 1 and 2 with an emphasis on the theoretical principles associated with the evaluation of hemostasis including important foundational concepts, components and mechanisms of hemostasis; this will include the study of automated coagulation analyzers QC practices will be emphasized to ensure that reliable test results are obtained and each laboratory procedure will be studied in detail including: test principles, methods, and limitations of the tests, interfering substances and corrective actions necessary to limit the effects of these on patient samples. Test results will be assessed according to established reference ranges and critical alert values, including follow-up when abnormal and/or implausible test results are obtained. You will continue to apply Complete Blood Count (CBC) and Peripheral Blood Film (PBF) interpretations and reporting practices as taught in Hematology 1 and 2.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Term 3 courses

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2.0MLSC 3314Molecular Diagnostics 2

Students will learn how molecular diagnostic testing has application in all areas of the medical laboratory. Knowledge and skills developed in Molecular 1 will be further honed performing clinical molecular analyses and correlating NAT and phenotypic test results for selected diseases. Labs will test for bacterial pathogens and mutations associated with heritable diseases and cancer using qPCR/TaqMan detection chemistries, DNA sequencing, and FISH. Assessment is based on quizzes, exams, lab and workshop assignments, and skills competency.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Level 3 courses and MSLC 2314

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2.5MLSC 3315Clinical Chemistry 3

Real life clinical work environments are simulated in the laboratory sessions which emphasize pre-analytical assessment of specimens, quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC), priority testing, manual and automated chemistry analysis, correlation of patient test results, and post-analytical requirements. Evaluate protein electrophoresis and body fluid analysis by examining detailed case studies and interpreting characteristic laboratory findings from laboratory instrumentation. Apply theoretical principles of therapeutic drug monitoring and clinical toxicology testing and laboratory methodologies to determine/confirm drug identification and its levels, poisons, heavy metals, trace elements and other chemical agents. Evaluation of learning is conducted through a range of theory based written assessments, and practical laboratory and skills demonstrations.
Prerequisite(s):

  • MLSC 2325 AND All Term 3 courses

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4.0MLSC 3320Transfusion Science 3

Builds upon information covered in Transfusion Science 1 and 2. Includes adverse reactions to transfusion and component therapy. Introduces special transfusion situations, transfusion therapy and complex patient presentations through case studies. Learning is assessed through a combination of exams, quizzes, assignments, and laboratory work.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Level 2 courses and MLSC 2320

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(Video) Medical Laboratory Science and Clinical Genetics Info Session
3.0MLSC 3330Histology 2

Expand your knowledge on the principles and instrumentation required in the clinical anatomical pathology laboratory. Topics covered include human microscopic tissue recognition, fixation, microtomy, stain theory plus routine and special stains. Engage in activities such as microscopic evaluation of digital tissue sections, embedding, microtomy, with an emphasis on special stains and on improving the quality and quantity of microtomy results. Evaluation of learning is conducted through a range of written assignments, exam, as well as laboratory practice and skills demonstration.
Prerequisite(s):

  • MLSC 2330 AND All Term 3 courses

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5.5MLSC 4309Clinical Microbiology 4

Concepts introduced in previous microbiology courses are integrated and applied. Infections are studied by body system, with companion laboratory exercises designed to simulate the workflow of routine specimens received in clinical microbiology laboratories. Common pathogens are presented in simulated cultures, which students work through following specific protocols, emulating those used in the modern clinical laboratory. Students are guided to recognize pathogens among normal or contaminating microbiome. Antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) techniques, introduced previously are now applied: AST is performed, interpreted and reported following protocols appropriate to both the pathogen and the specimen site. Students learn to prepare clinically accurate reports, reporting both pathogen identifications and their antibiograms. Theory and laboratory practice emphasize safety and quality control. Collaborative laboratory workshops and assignments enhance critical thinking, problem solving, and team-based interpersonal skills. Learning is assessed through a variety of learning activities, unit specific laboratory activities and workshops, midterm exams, skills assessments as well as formal laboratory and final theory exams.
Prerequisite(s):

  • MLSC 3309
  • All Term 3 courses.

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6.0 Level 5 (June to February) Credits BHSC 2300Self and Others 2: Applications

Develop core skills for effective communication and interpersonal interactions for Medical Laboratory Technologists within the health care team, including concepts such as communication skills, establishing and maintaining a relationship with clients and others, caring, empathy, and courtesy. Uses an experiential and self-reflective approach to develop self-awareness, an increased understanding of self, and how one's own interpersonal style affects others. Respecting and responding sensitively to individuals with cultural or other intersectional diversity is emphasized. Teamwork exercises and learning activities include discussions, role-play, and case study analysis. Learning is assessed through a mix of theoretical exams, skills demonstrations and presentations.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Level 4 courses and BHSC 1300

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1.0COMM 2370Communications for Medical Laboratory Science 2

This course will present strategic principles and technical practices for the development of effective resume and cover letter writing skills, as well as networking and interviewing skills. Students will participate in a range of activities including self assessment, tactical job search strategies, reading, online discussions, reflection and simulation exercises, and research report writing. This format will provide current theory, guidance, and practical experience through examples and application. Assessment will be based on the successful development and completion of a comprehensive personal career package of relevant skills and abilities.
Prerequisite(s):

  • COMM 1370 AND All Term 4 courses

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1.0MLSC 2219Integrative Medical Laboratory Studies 2

Concurrently with the clinical placement, students utilize the online platform to explore the theory and application of quality management systems in the clinical laboratory; critical analysis and ethical practice; and Interprofessional Collaboration. Applying critical thinking and problem solving skills to case studies and clinical placement experiences allow the learner to integrate prior knowledge of pathophysiology and laboratory methodology in identifying normal and abnormal patterns of analytical results. Students will work individually, in groups, and in interprofessional teams on cases and associated project work, which helps to prepare them for the national certification exam. Evaluation of learning is conducted through a range theory based written assessments and quizzes, online discussions, and projects.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Level 4 courses and MLSC 1218

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5.5MLSC 4350Clinical Placement

​An intensive, full-time, 35 week long clinical placement in one or more settings enables the real-world application of theoretical knowledge and laboratory practice gained throughout the program. All competencies required for entry-level practice, and credential examination are developed in live settings. Safety, quality control, and accurate testing and documentation are expected without exception. Professional competencies of collaboration, ethical decision making, problem solving, communication, and scope of practice are expected and evaluated on site. Documentation of clinical activities and performance are evaluated by clinical educators (preceptors) and overseen by institute faculty.
Prerequisite(s):

  • All Term 4 courses.
52.5 Total Credits: 156.5

FAQs

What is the cut off mark for medical laboratory technology? ›

Jamb Cut Off Mark for Medical Laboratory Science to enable you Participate in Post UTME for most schools is 200, although some State Universities would accept 180, but the least any University (except private universities) would accept for Medical Laboratory Science is 180.

How much does a medical laboratory technologist make in BC? ›

The average salary for a medical technologist is $33.86 per hour in British Columbia. Was the salaries overview information useful?

How many years does it take to study medical laboratory science in university? ›

Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science Degree (BMLS) The BMLS degree programme runs for 5 years for Joint Matriculation entry candidates and 4 years for direct entry candidates. The BMLS programme is being handled by the professional Medical Laboratory Scientists in the cadres of Professor to Lecturer II's cadre.

Are Medical Laboratory Scientists in demand in Canada? ›

For Medical laboratory technologists & Medical laboratory technician and pathologists' assistants, over the period 2019-2028, new job openings (arising from expansion demand and replacement demand) are expected to total 20,400 , while 20,400 new job seekers (arising from school leavers, immigration and mobility) are ...

Is Medical Laboratory Science a competitive course? ›

The Bachelor's Degree in Medical Laboratory Science is competitive. Knowing the prerequisites will enable you have seamless registration and also avoid unnecessary mistakes.

Which University has the lowest cut off mark for medicine? ›

Universities with the lowest JAMB cut-off mark for medicine and surgery
  • Ambrose Alli University JAMB cut off mark – 180;
  • Abia State University Uturu (ABSU) JAMB cut off mark – 180;
  • Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) Zaria JAMB cut off mark – 180;
  • Afe Babalola University Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD) JAMB cut off mark – 180;

How much is a lab scientist paid in Canada? ›

The average salary for a clinical laboratory scientist is $38.26 per hour in Canada.

How much do they pay MLS in Canada? ›

MLS I Salaries in Canada

The national average salary for a MLS I is $82,786 in Canada.

Is medical lab technician a good career in Canada? ›

Is medical lab technician a good career in Canada? Employment prospects for medical laboratory technicians are good in Canada after the Covid-19 pandemic. The government forecasts that there will be a shortage of workers in this profession soon.

Can MLS become a doctor? ›

Medical lab scientists can become medical doctors by following the same education path as other aspiring doctors by attending medical school.

Can I study medical laboratory without physics? ›

Having said that, you cannot study engineering courses, Medicine, Nursing, Medical Laboratory Science without passing Physics in one or two sittings.

Which university is best for Medical Laboratory Science? ›

Best Schools for Clinical/Medical Laboratory Science in the United States
  • #1. Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. ...
  • #2. The University of Texas Medical Branch. ...
  • #3. The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. ...
  • #4. Boston University. ...
  • Marist College. Poughkeepsie, NY. ...
  • #6. ...
  • #7. ...
  • Rush University.

Is medical laboratory science a good career? ›

According to Jobs Rated Almanac, medical laboratory science has 25 percent job growth and good job security. Among health related professions, it currently ranks third.

Is becoming a medical technologist worth it? ›

Jobs in the healthcare field are in high demand, and Med Techs are no exception. Highly sought-after work drives competitive wages and the possibility of extra work hours. A Med Tech can expect to make $14 an hour or around $25,000 to $30,000 a year.

How do I become a medical lab technician in BC? ›

Medical Laboratory Technologist

There are two ways to become MLT CSMLS certified. Graduate from an MLT program in a Canadian recognized college and then apply for CSMLS MLT certification. Write the challenge exam through CSMLS which includes applying for PLA (Prior Learning Assessment).

What is the cut off mark for medical laboratory in unilag? ›

Departmental cut off mark for Medical Laboratory Science in UNILAG. The departmental cut off mark for Medical Laboratory Science in UNILAG is: 74.675.

Where can I study medical laboratory technology in Nigeria? ›

Institutions Offering Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology
  • Newgate College Of Health Technology, Minna. ...
  • College of Health Technology, Calabar, Calabar. ...
  • Taraba State Polytechnic, Jalingo.
  • City College of Health Science and technology , Zaria.

What is the JAMB cut off mark for pharmacy? ›

Jamb Cut Off Mark for Pharmacy to Participate in Post UTME is 200, although some Universities like AAU (Ambrose Alli Univesity) would accept 180, but the least any University (except private University) would accept for Pharmacy is 180.

Can I get admission with 170? ›

Applying to polytechnics is another sure way to gain admission with low Jamb Score. Most Universities in Nigeria accept Jamb score or 150, 160, 170 and 180. All you have to do, is go through the list of Polytechnics that offers the course you want to study and apply to them.

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