Curriculum: Histotechnology Specialization
The curriculum is reflective of a program of graduate study that provides for intense and analytic exploration of laboratory and clinical science, professional practice, technological applications and research methodology. Students will have the opportunity to develop skills that prepare them for a leadership position in health sciences, research and industry.
- BMS/BIOE 550 Cell Biology and Histology
- HSA 530 Health Law and Ethics
- BIOE 445/545 Introduction to Histotechnology
- HSA 667 Health Care Leadership
- BIOE 603 Advanced Histotechnology
- HSA 535 Applied Biostatistics
- BMS 510 Pathology
- BIOE 505B Biotechnology II
- BIOE 547 Clinical Experience (300 clinical hours)
- BIOE 671 Capstone Project
12-month program for full-time students. Upon completion students will receive a master’s degree in Clinical Biology and a certificate in Histotechnology and will be eligible to sit for HTL exam. Part-time students must fulfill all didactic requirements before entering Clinical Experience.