A Master of Science in Medical Lab Technology (M.Sc. MLT) is a postgraduate degree program designed for students who want to specialize in laboratory diagnostics, testing, and analysis of various medical samples. The program focuses on the theoretical and practical aspects of medical laboratory sciences, including biochemistry, microbiology, hematology, immunology, molecular biology, and pathology.

The M.Sc. MLT program typically takes two years to complete and requires students to have a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Laboratory Technology or a related field. The curriculum includes advanced coursework in laboratory science, research methods, and data analysis. Students are also required to complete a research project or thesis on a topic related to medical lab technology.

Graduates of M.Sc. MLT programs can pursue careers in various fields, including clinical laboratory science, research and development, public health, and academic teaching. They may work in hospitals, diagnostic laboratories, research institutes, pharmaceutical companies, or public health agencies. Some may also choose to pursue further education in medical fields such as medicine or dentistry.

Overall, an M.Sc. MLT degree equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to perform and interpret diagnostic tests accurately, develop new laboratory methods, and contribute to the advancement of medical science.


Program Objectives


•  To provide students with in-depth knowledge of theories, practical skills and competencies in the field of medical laboratory science and technology, including clinical laboratory science, medical microbiology, clinical biochemistry, hematology, immunology and be able to perform laboratory practice as medical laboratory technologist/ technician.
•  To train students in the use of advanced diagnostic tools and techniques for the detection, diagnosis and monitoring of various diseases and medical conditions.
•  To prepare students for laboratory set up and laboratory management roles and ensure compliance with regulatory standards to deliver better health care system to public.
•  To foster the ability to work collaboratively with healthcare professionals such as physicians, nurses and other clinicians to provide accurate and timely laboratory results.
•  To promote critical thinking and problem-solving skills that enable students to assess and address challenges in laboratory procedures, instrumentation and testing protocols.
•  To instill professional ethics in the practice of medical laboratory technology to contribute to society for patient safety.
•  To develop research skills of conducting experiments, analyze data and interpret research findings in medical laboratory technology.



Eligibility Criteria

1. Candidate should have passed Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Science (BMLS).

2. Minimum percentage of marks: 55% aggregate.

3. The Candidates who passess B.Sc. Allied Health Sciences / Medical Laboratory Technology / Biochemistry / Microbiology or its equivalent qualifications from a Recognized Institution / University.


Course Duration:  2 yeras (4 Semesters)


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Program Outline

Master in Medical Lab Technology (Pathology) M Sc. M.L.T. 1st YEAR:

1. Human Anatomy & Physiology

2. Clinical Biochemistry

3. Clinical Pathology

4. Clinical Microbiology



1. Human Anatomy & Physiology 2. Clinical Biochemistry 3. Clinical Pathology 4. Clinical Microbiology


Master in Medical Lab Technology (Pathology) M Sc. M.L.T. 2ND YEAR:

1. Clinical Hematology

2. Blood Transfusion & immune hematology

3. Histopathology and histotechniques

4. cytopathology and cytotechniques



1. Blood Transfusion & Immunohematology

2. Histopathology

3. Cytopathology

4. Hematology Dissertation (Pathology) & Viva

Career Prospectives

M.Sc. Medical Lab Technology degree equips graduates with advanced knowledge and skills in medical laboratory sciences, making them eligible for a variety of career options. Some of the career prospects for M.Sc. Medical Lab Technology graduates are:


Clinical Laboratory Scientist/Technologist:     M.Sc. MLT graduates can work as Clinical Laboratory Scientists/Technologists in hospitals, diagnostic laboratories, or public health agencies. They perform laboratory tests, analyze data, and interpret results to aid in patient diagnosis and treatment.


Research Scientist:    M.Sc. MLT graduates can work as Research Scientists in research institutes, pharmaceutical companies, or academia. They conduct research and development on new laboratory techniques, diagnostics, and treatments for various diseases.


Laboratory Manager/Supervisor:    M.Sc. MLT graduates can work as Laboratory Managers/Supervisors in clinical laboratories or research institutions. They manage laboratory operations, and quality control, and ensure compliance with regulations.


Medical Writer/Editor:    M.Sc. MLT graduates can work as Medical Writers/Editors for scientific publications, academic journals, or pharmaceutical companies. They prepare scientific reports, research papers, and educational material for the medical and scientific community.