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Bachelor of Science in Cytotechnology

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Career Opportunities

Graduates are eligible to sit for national certification examinations for cytotechnologists. Successful completion of the examination provides a nationally recognized credential as a cytotechnologist.

Employment opportunities are available in hospitals, reference laboratories, governmental agencies, and educational institutions.

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