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Grand Forks, ND

Cytotechnology Program

3 SEMESTER PROFESSIONAL CURRICULUM:
One Year to A Career!


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LIFE AS A UND CYTOLOGY STUDENT


THE UND CT PROGRAM OFFERS AMMENITIES NOT FOUND AT OTHER SCHOOLS

The UND Cytotechnology Program provides advanced
technology and progressive learning opportunities in an
exciting and challenging field.

Ergonomically adaptable BX45 Olympus microscopes
Dell Computers at student stations
Blackboard on-line learning opportunities with testing formats similar to Registry Examinations
SurePath® & ThinPrep® liquid based training
University setting with focus given to students
B.S. and Certificate Programs

Diagnostic Cytology I:
15 Credits: Interpretation and Understanding of Concepts In Exfoliative Gynecological Cytopathology
Diagnostic Cytology II:
15 Credits: Understanding of the Preparation and Diagnosis of NonGynecological Cytopathology
Diagnostic Cytology III:
10 Credits: 12 Week Clinical Practicum At An Affiliated Laboratory Where You Apply the Concepts Learned in Cytology I & II

PROGRAM ROUTES: Cytotechnology Curriculum

3+1 Route:  Student is currently an undergraduate, has met all program prerequisites, and has department approval to complete their professional year. Upon successful completion of Path 401, 402, 403, and all UND general education requirements, the student will be awarded a Bachelor of Science in Cytotechnology.

4+1 Route: Student has a Baccalaureate degree, has met all program prerequisites, and has department approval to complete their professional year. Upon successful completion of Path 401, 402, and 403, the student will be awarded a Certificate in Cytotechnology.

A Certificate or a Degree in Cytotechnology is an excellent precurser to post-graduate programs such as medicine, pathology, cytopathology, and pathology assistant.

MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY COURSES

  • Molecular Pathology (3 credits) is a part of the spring semester
  • Course(s) may also be available through distance education
  • Contact the UND Department of Pathology for more information
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Cytotechnology Program
UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences, Room 5909
501 North Columbia Road, Stop 9037
Grand Forks, ND 58202-9037
Tel: 701-777-4467
Toll Free: 1-800-CALL-UND-4467

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