Undergraduate Majors : Histotechnology (Associate degree and Certificate)
A specialized branch of laboratory medicine that deals with preparing microscope slides of tissue specimens for the diagnosis of disease.
10 months of professional course work beginning with fall semester. The course of study consists of eight courses (24 credit hours), including four didactic courses and four practicum courses. Histotechnology didactic course lecture teleconferences are delivered once per week during the day; practicum course work is performed at qualified clinical sites and can be completed at any time approved by the supervisor in the student's laboratory.
One year of full-time certificate-level course work, or prior certification by the Board of Registry of the American Society for Clinical Pathology, plus additional time for completion of degree requirements. Designed for the employed histologist, the professional course work is offered by distance education.
- Degree requirements
- IU School of Medicine's Health Professions Programs
- Marti Reeser, 317-278-4752, firstname.lastname@example.org or Beth Goodman, email@example.com