Enter the workforce with confidence
Graduates typically find employment in hospitals, community health centres, private clinical laboratories, research laboratories, pharmaceutical companies and educational institutions.
You are also eligible to challenge the Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS) exam to obtain national certification and become a registered medical laboratory technologist.
Medical Laboratory Technology graduates are eligible for credit toward:
•Bachelor of Technology (BTech), NAIT
•Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science, University of Alberta
•Bachelor of Science - Human Sciences, Athabasca University
•Bachelor of Health Sciences, Thompson Rivers University
Internationally recognized credentials may be obtained from the American Society of Clinical Pathologists.
Some U.S. states recognize NAIT as an approved training school and recognize CSMLS certification.