Become an expert in disease detection.
Cytotechnologists are disease detectives. Cytotechnology is a field in which the cytotechnologist examines, under a microscope, cellular samples from various body sites to identify pre-malignant and malignant cell changes. Microorganisms and viral agents can also be identified. The cytotechnologist works closely with the pathologist to reach a diagnosis on the cellular samples submitted for evaluation.
The average active national workforce of Cytotechnologists is approximately 6,500 with an average age of 50 years old. Cytotechnologists are in demand.
- Continuously accredited since 1993 through the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
- One of only 31 Cyotechnology programs in the United States
- Only cyotechnology program in bi-state region
- Low faculty to student ratio
- Excellent clinical sites
- Clinical practicum guaranteed for students in good standing
- National certification pass rates consistently exceed national average and it is often 100%
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