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  • Phlebotomy Technician - Turtle Mountain Community College
    s code of ethics Study consists of one and one half semesters of courses at TMCC and an eight week Clinical rotation at one of TMCC Affiliated Laboratories Quentin N Burdick Memorial Health Care Facility in Belcourt Presentation Medical Center in Rolla Northland Community Health Center in Rolla and Heart of America Medical Center in Rugby The TMCC Phlebotomy Program is approved by the National Accrediting Agency forClinical Laboratory Science 5600 N River Road Suite 770 Rosemont Ill 60018 5119 Phone 773 714 8880 Phlebotomy Technicians work directly with patients and are vital members of the health care team Often they make the patient s first impression of the entire laboratory staff Phlebotomists are skilled at collecting blood and other specimens accurately assuring high quality specimens for laboratory analysis and diagnostic purposes Successful students are those that are self motivated dedicated organized and capable of working independently ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The TMCC Phlebotomy Technician Program began in 2010 We have a 95 Graduate completion rate A 80 first time pass rate on a National Certification exam Phlebotomy Program Requirement Form 9 KB PDF Phlebotomy Student Handbook 646 KB TMCC Catalog TMCC Referral Guide Student Handbook 2013 2014 Placement totals last 3 years Total Number of students 23 Total number of students furthering their education 15 Number of students employed 5 Have no information on 3 students To prepare competent entry level phlebotomy technicians in a cognitive knowledge Psychomotor skills and affective behavior learning domain Preparing them for Graduation and National Board exam success 80 pass rate To prepare students to use equipment safely following proper laboratory techniques and relate laboratory data to various disease processes To prepare students to perform within the ethical and legal boundaries of the phlebotomy technician s scope of practice To prepare students to integrate and value the needs of the individual patient within his her family culture society and health circumstances To prepare students to display professionalism and cultural sensitivity while interacting and communicating with providers staff and patients preparing them to identify the role of phlebotomists as part of the healthcare team Career Opportunities The job market is very good and opportunities are expected to rise in the future Phlebotomists especially those with a certification are in high demand in clinics hospitals nursing homes and blood donor collection and processing facilities State and Nationwide In many states medical laboratories now require Phlebotomists to possess a certificate for a nationally approved Program The TMCC Phlebotomy Program has a limited enrollment of twelve students The program begins in the Fall only and the method of delivery is on campus Admission requirements are the same as any new student entering TMCC See admission policy Students are required to earn a C or better in all the courses in the Phlebotomy Curriculum An overall grade point average or 2 00 is required for successful completion of the program Students must complete the majority of the program curriculum to proceed to a Clinical Rotation Those students that successfully complete the

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  • Process Power Plant - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Process Power Plant Home Academics Career Technical Education Process Power Plant Process Power Plant Technology Overview Program Outcomes General Education Skills and Knowledge Career Opportunities Admission Areas of Study Courses The Process Plant Technology Applied Science program is offered through a collaborative agreement with Bismarck State College Energy Technology Department and Turtle Mountain Community College The program prepares students for all aspects of operating refineries ethanol plants process plants and related industrial facilities Students gain the skills and technical background needed for entry level employment as process operators Students lean the technical and safety aspect of plant operations the responsibilities of plant operators and the mechanical and chemical technology needed for working in related industrial operations Page under construction please check back for updates Page under construction please check back for updates Page under construction please check back for updates There are no special requirements for admission into these programs Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information Process Power Plant Associate of Applied Science A A S The Process Plant Technology program may be completed in four semesters Students have the option of earning a certificate or an Associate in Applied Science AAS degree depending upon the number of general education courses taken Online students are required to complete hands on training at a Process facility or at the TMCC lab while completing the ENTR 220 Practical Applications course TMCC will assist the students with setting up this portion of the program Suggested Sequence Course Descriptions 155 KB PDF Required Courses ENRT 101 Introduction to Energy Technology 4 ENRT 104 Electrical Fundamentals 3 ENRT 105 Safety Health Environmental 3 ENRT 107 Mechanical Fundamentals 2 ENRT 110 Plant Equipment Systems 4 ENRT 112 Basic Print Reading 3 ENRT 116 Instrumentation Control 4 ENRT 118 Heat Transfer Fluid Flow Thermodynamics 3 ENRT 120 Water Purification Treatment 3 ENRT 205 Steam Generation 3 ENRT 215 Operations Troubleshooting Communications 3 BOTE 176 Practical Applications 2 PROP 176 Job Readiness 1 PROP 235 Hydrocarbon Chemistry 3 PROP 237 Distillation Refinery Operations 4 PROP 239 Gas Processing Gasification 3 PROP 244 Ethanol and Bio fuels Production 3 Related General Education Courses CIS 101 Computer Literacy or CSCI 101 Intro to Computers 3 ENGL 105 Technical Communications 3 ENRT 103 Applied Math 3 PSYC 100 Human Relations in Organizations or PSYC 111 Intro to Psychology 2 COMM Communications Elective 3 PSYCH SOC HIST Elective 3 Total Required Credits 68 Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate

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  • Welding Technology - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Welding Technology Overview Program Outcomes General Education Skills and Knowledge Career Opportunities Admission Areas of Study Courses The welding program at TMCC provides students with a competency based curriculum that teaches the basic welding skills for entry level jobs necessary for the demands of the welding industry The Welding Technology program uses a cohort model of instruction that provides students the opportunity to complete their program of study through hands on learning in a modern well equipped and safe learning laboratory The Welding Technology program is designed to train students to become the best welders they can be To meet the advanced technological demands that are evolving in welding students will be using our Virtual Reality VRTEX 360 welding simulators that will train skilled welders faster as well as recruit the next generation of welders Students learn to utilize safe working techniques and through a curriculum built on stackable credentials students will earn OSHA certification In addition students will have the option to take the industry recognized American Welding Society AWS certification The welding curriculum is designed to provide students experience in welding as it pertains to assembly manufacturing energy and construction The Welding Technology Certificate leads into the Advance Pipe Welding certificate Page under construction please check back for updates Welders are needed throughout the world making the job opportunities endless Students enter the work force with a wide variety of skills and can specialize in specific aspects of the welding trade including layout and inspection welding new construction welding and fabrication According to North Dakota Employment Projections 2006 2016 publication Welding is ranked as one of the top seventy one Hot Jobs for North Dakota Jobs in welding are projected to increase by 16 8 by 2016 TMCC will be offering this new program fall semester to meet the workforce training needs of the Turtle Mountain Manufacturing Plant Career upgrade certificate classes are also offered American Welding Society welder certification is available to students enrolled in welding course There are no special requirements for admission into these programs Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information The welding program provides students with the basic welding skills needed for entry level jobs The Welding Technology program will offer students the opportunity to spend a majority of their hours in school working in a modern well equipped laboratory The program will teach welding skills using oxyacetylene manual stick electrode semiautomatic Mig Tig Heliarc Pulse Mig and various other welding processes Working from blueprints students follow exact specifications and apply practical shop math to accomplish required tasks Students complete live work projects using skills acquired in classes In addition sudents will have an option to take the American Welding Society AWS certification practical exam The AWS welding test is recognized worldwide as the standard to measure welding competence Course Descriptions 154 KB PDF Welding Technology Certificate Program 36 Credits General Education Requirements MATH130 Technical Math 2 CIS101 Computer Literacy 3 PSYC100 Human Relations in Organization 2

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  • Associate of Applied Science - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Future Students Admission Requirements Apply Online Calendar Catalogs 2015 2016 Spring Schedule Forms Financial Aid Frequently Asked Questions Majors and Programs Register for Classes Schedule a Visit Student Handbook Technical Help Tuition and Fees Transfer Students Departments Administration Admissions Forms Admission Requirements Adult Continuing Education Cooperative Education Customized Training GED Alumni Association Update Your Contact Information Anishinabe Learning Cultural and Wellness Center Activities Gardening History Plans Development Arrowhead Printing Bookstore Building Grounds Campus Security Disclosures Faculty Staff Credentials Directory Farm Form Appendix A Syllabi Format Financial Aid Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions FAFSA Forms Gainful Employment Resources Scholarships Tuition and Fees Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Associate of Applied Science Home Academics Associate of Applied Science Overview The program of study was designed based on TMCC s institutional mission philosophy and goals with integration of the AASPN program goals and objectives The curriculum was developed by the faculty and approved by the TMCC Academic Standard s Committee It incorporates TMCC s basic curriculum for Associate of Applied Science degree The curriculum is designed to meet the North Dakota State Board of Nursing Standards for Nursing Education Programs The graduate of this program is eligible to write the national examination for licensing as a Licensed Practical Nurse NCLEX PN Building Construction Tech Computer Support Specialist Clinical Medical Laboratory Technician Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Licensed Practical Nursing Program Nursing Pharmacy Technician Process Power Plant Technology Residential Electric Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index Chapter 1 Introduction General Information Chapter 2 Concerns from Prior Visits Chapter 3 Criterion One Mission Chapter 4 Criterion Two Integrity Chapter 5 Criterion Three T L Quality Resources and Support Chapter 6 Criterion Four Evaluation and Improvement Chapter 7 Criterion Five Resource Planning and Institutional Effectiveness Meeting Minutes Promising Practices Resources Campuses South Campus TMCC Anishinabe Campus History Leadership Board of Directors 2009 Agendas and Minutes 2010 Agendas and Minutes 2011 Agendas and Minutes 2012 Agendas and Minutes 2013 Agendas and Minutes 2014 Agendas and Minutes 2015 Agendas and Minutes Administrative Council Board of Trustees Logo Mission Goals

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  • Accounting Technician - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Security Disclosures Faculty Staff Credentials Directory Farm Form Appendix A Syllabi Format Financial Aid Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions FAFSA Forms Gainful Employment Resources Scholarships Tuition and Fees Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Accounting Technician Home Academics Associate of Applied Science Accounting Technician Accounting Technician Overview Career Opportunities Admissions Courses This certificate program is designed to prepare students to enter the workforce in the field of accounting Courses from the Accounting Technician Certificate will transfer to the Business Technology Management Associates of Applied Science Degree at TMCC With an Accounting Technician Certificate from TMCC you can seek employment doing entry level bookkeeping More experience can lead to jobs like accounts receivable or accounts payable clerk payroll clerk or bookkeeper The Accounting Technician Certificate is also designed for someone who may already hold a degree or who is looking to build their educational background and gain additional skills in the focused area A trained accounting technician must be detailed oriented must be trustworthy able to handle confidential records and banking deposits They need excellent communication math skills technology skills and should enjoy working with numbers and people They must also have excellent time management critical thinking and customer service skills There are no special requirements for admission into these programs Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information Course Descriptions 146 KB PDF ACCT 102 Fundamentals of Accounting 3 ACCT 200 Elements of Accounting I 3 ACCT 201 Elements of Accounting II 3 ACCT 212 Payroll Accounting 3 ACCT 218 Computer Applications in Business 3 BOTE 107 Customer Service Strategies 3 BOTE 108 Business Math 3 BOTE 127 Information Processing 3 BOTE 176 Job Readiness 1 ENGL 105 Technical Writing 3 PSYC 100 Human Relations in Organizations or PSYC 111 Intro to Psychology 2 BOTE 161 Internship 2 Total Required Credits 32 Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index Chapter 1 Introduction General Information Chapter 2 Concerns from Prior Visits Chapter 3 Criterion One Mission Chapter 4 Criterion Two Integrity Chapter 5 Criterion Three T L Quality Resources

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  • Building Construction Tech - Turtle Mountain Community College
    with knowledge and skills needed in the building construction industry Students will enhance their technical skills through task oriented specific skills in carpentry Students will practice their skills by building a residential home as a class project Students will enhance their problem solving skills decision making skills and leadership skills with business courses in science communications management computer technology courses and general education courses Students will learn service learning skills and leadership skills through student organization involvement classroom discussions and demonstrations The Building Construction Technology Entrepreneur Emphasis provides students with the skills and knowledge to own or manage a business Program Outcomes Demonstrate knowledge of and skills needed in the construction industry mainly residential home building Communicate effectively speak read and write the language used on the job Use technology effectively Demonstrate human relationship skills Demonstrate personal leadership skills Demonstrate effective problem solving skills to make good effective decisions Demonstrate professional behavior on the job Demonstrate organizational skills needed in the workplace Demonstrate leadership qualities on the job and in the community Program Goals and Objectives Integrating Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa culture into the curriculum Use Contren Learning Series curriculum in carpentry and management Enroll students in NCCER National Registry in modules completed Students will be involved in Building Construction Technology Student Organization Students will be involved in Leadership and Community Service projects involving issues in the community Students will learn Work Base experience through an SOE course Career Opportunities Typical positions available to graduates of this program are Residential and Commercial Framing Carpenters Interior Finish Carpenters Construction Laborers Material Handlers Construction Estimators Lumber Sales Representatives Concrete Form Setters Metal Building and Pole Frame Builders Project Managers Contractors Business Owners Maintenance Workers Facility Management Workers Admission There are no special requirements for admission into these programs Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information Areas of Study BCT Associate of Applied Science A A S TMCC Building Construction Technology Program s goal is to provide training to prepare students with knowledge and skills needed in the building construction industry Students will enhance their technical skills through task oriented specific skills in carpentry Students will practice their skills by building a residential home as a class project Students will enhance their problem solving skills decision making skills and leadership skills with business courses in science communications management computer technology courses and general education courses Students will learn service learning skills and leadership skills through student organization involvement classroom discussions and demonstrations The Building Construction Technology Entrepreneur Emphasis provides students with the skills and knowledge to own or manage a business Courses Suggested Sequence Course Descriptions 151 KB PDF BCT 104 Construction Blueprint Reading 2 BCT 105 Core Curriculum 2 BCT 110 Construction Math 3 BCT 115 Site Layout Concrete Form Construction 2 BCT 120 Framing Principles Methods 3 BCT 125 Framing Shop I 6 BCT 130 Exterior Finish Theory Shop 3 BCT 135 Framing Shop II 4 BCT 144 Construction Estimating I 3 BCT 145

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  • Business Administration - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Grounds Campus Security Disclosures Faculty Staff Credentials Directory Farm Form Appendix A Syllabi Format Financial Aid Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions FAFSA Forms Gainful Employment Resources Scholarships Tuition and Fees Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Business Administration Home Academics Associate of Applied Science Business Administration Overview The A A degree is not meant to be a terminal degree and the career needs of most students will lead them to seek at least a four year degree after obtaining our A A degree The curriculum areas are suggested as aids in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four year program at a university Admission There are no special requirements for admission into this program Please refer to the TMCC Admission section for future students TMCC Admission Information Courses Suggested Curriculum The following curriculum is suggested as an aid in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four year program at a university Each student is urged to consult with an academic advisor early in his her freshman year to plan an entire TMCC program with reference to a specific four year program at a university An Associate of Arts Degree is awarded upon the completion of the basic curriculum leading to an Associate of Arts degree Business Administration Concentration General Education 36 credits Additional concentration credits suggested are listed below 24 credits Course Descriptions 64 KB PDF ACCT 200 Elements of Accounting 3 ACCT 201 Elements of Accounting II 3 BADM 201 Principles of Marketing 3 BADM 202 Principles of Management 3 BOTE 247 Spreadsheet Applications 3 ECON 201 Microeconomics 3 ECON 202 Macroeconomics 3 MATH 211 Statistics I 3 For more information please refer to the TMCC catalog or visit the Student Services office Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index Chapter 1 Introduction General Information Chapter 2 Concerns from Prior Visits Chapter 3 Criterion One Mission Chapter 4 Criterion Two Integrity Chapter 5 Criterion Three T L Quality

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  • Clinical/Medical Laboratory Technician - Turtle Mountain Community College
    student union They are also being posted to the new web site Turtle Mountain Community College Admissions Policies Admission and General Information Student Responsibility for Satisfying Requirements Each student has complete responsibility for complying with the instructions and regulations set forth in the catalog for selecting courses that will satisfy his her educational objectives and for satisfying course prerequisites Student Services Staff and Advisors are always available and willing to assist students The college does not assume responsibility for student misinterpretation of policies and procedures presented in the catalog Any question concerning the content of TMCC s Catalog should be referred to the Dean of Academic Programs and or Dean of Student Services Admissions All correspondence regarding admission to the college should be addressed to the Admission Officer Each student is urged to make application for fall spring semester admission as early as possible If a student is denied admission to the college he she may appeal to the Admission and Financial Aid Committee for a case review Any questions concerning appeal procedures should be addressed to the Admissions Officer Selective Admission Policy Turtle Mountain Community College has an open admission policy for most of its programs However the college does reserve the right to institute a selective admission policy in programs of study where limitations are necessary such as in the Allied Health Programs where student numbers may be limited by Certifying Agencies General Admission Requirements New Students Students Seeking Readmission An applicant who wishes to be considered for admission must have the following documents on file A complete application for admission An official transcript from an accredited or approved high school with the date of graduation or the official transcript of the General Education Development GED examination Transfer students must provide an official transcript of all previous college work A Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood from a federally recognized tribe if applicable A completed FAFSA file Free Application for Federal Student Aid All students must complete the FAFSA The student will be required to complete the above admissions requirements before registering If any of the requirements are not satisfied a letter will be sent to the student It is the responsibility of the student to ensure all documents are received before registering for classes Students who have completed all admission requirements will receive a letter of acceptance The letter will contain information on orientation registration and first day of classes Financial Aid The Turtle Mountain Community College Financial Aid Office utilizing one or more of the student aid programs described in this section will make every effort to provide adequate financial assistance to the student that demonstrates legitimate financial need Priority consideration deadlines are as early as March 15 for some programs Applications received after May 1 will be considered on a funds available basis The Financial Aid Director will make an effort to satisfy the student s unmet need to the maximum if possible from available sources The student is free to accept or decline any aid that is offered Financial aid is awarded for one academic year A student must complete a new FAFSA application each year A student who wishes to apply for financial aid should contact the Financial Aid office for information and application forms Policy and Procedure for Registration and Academic Record Information Registration dates for each term are shown in the academic calendar at the front of this catalog posted on the college website listed in the student handbook and posted at various locations around campus Registration is conducted each semester See the academic calendar at the front of this catalog for dates Faculty is available to advise students during the fall spring registrations Starting one to two weeks before registration prospective students are informed by mail and media about the date time and place of registration Orientation is an organized informational seminar and an important part of the registration process Orientation is a requirement for all students At the session staff and peer mentors present an overview of information for all freshmen and transfer students who intend to enroll for the semester See the academic calendar at the front of this catalog for the date Pre registration is conducted for one week in the fall semester for currently enrolled students seeking enrollment for the next term See academic calendar for dates All new students are required to take placement tests in the following areas English math and science Students who lack basic skills based upon these results of these tests will be required to register in appropriate courses Students will have a one time opportunity to challenge the test results See Academic calendar for dates Registration forms are available in Student Services All students will be required to pay a registration fee of 25 00 regardless of how many credits the student registers for in that semester This fee will be assessed each semester MEDICAL LAB TECHNICIAN STUDENT SELECTION Students applying for the CLT MLT Program must follow the General Admission Policies outlined in the TMCC Catalog Upon acceptance to the Institution a student may apply for the Clinical Medical Lab Technician Program Applications can be obtained from the CLT MLT Program Director Note Applications that are not received or postmarked by the deadline of June 15th of each year will not be considered in the initial admissions process into the CLT MLT program Applicant for the program must have A letter of acceptance to the Institution from the TMCC Admissions Officer Complete TMCC Clinical Medical Lab Technician Program Application Applicants must demonstrate readiness for English 110 and Math 111 as determined by the College s placement tests or by documentation of successful completion of identified developmental course work TB tests and immunizations must be on file prior to beginning any Clinical Laboratory Technician classes Health problems which would interfere with the applicant s ability to meet program objectives will be addressed on an individual basis Applicants must obtain a Criminal Record Check and a Child Abuse Clearance Once a

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