The Bachelor’s in Cytotechnology program prepares students to stain and analyze body cells under the microscope for changes that indicate disease. The program requires students to complete three years of academic curriculum and then apply for one year of hospital-based training. Upon successful completion, students are eligible for agencies’ certification exams.
Graduates from the Cytotechnology degree program go on to work in hospitals, clinics and private physicians’ laboratories.
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