Courses in the Indiana University School of Medicine Bachelor degree program in Cytotechnology are sequential and must be taken in the order specified by the program faculty.
|Gynecologic Cytology, Normal||PATH-A 412||3.0|
|Gynecologic Cytology, Abnormal)||PATH-A 422||3.0|
|Pulmonary Cytology||PATH-A 432||3.0|
|Techniques in Medical Cytology||PATH-A 462||2.0|
|Certification Internship I||PATH-A 465||3.0|
|Seminar in Cytology I||PATH-A 470||2.0|
|Cytology of Body Fluids||PATH-A 442||2.0|
|Cytology of the Gastrointestinal Tract||PATH-A 453||2.0|
|Urinary Tract Cytology||PATH-A 454||2.0|
|Certification Internship II||PATH-A 465||6.0|
|Seminar in Cytology II||PATH-A 470||2.0|
|Cytology of Fine Needle Aspiration (PATH-A 455)||PATH-A 455||2.0|
|Certification Internship II (PATH-A 465)||PATH-A 465||3.0|
|Investigations in Cytopathology (PATH-A 490)||PATH-A 490||2.0|
Recommendations for degrees awarded with distinction are based upon superior academic performance. The Cytotechnology program recognizes superior academic and professional conduct with the Liang-Che Tao Outstanding Student Award, which is awarded to a graduating senior.
To qualify for graduation, Cytotechnology students must complete 120 credit hours of coursework, including 83 credit hours of prerequisites and general-education courses and 37 credit hours of professional courses. All course work must be completed in compliance with the program’s and school’s academic and professional policies.