Histologic Laboratory Technology (HT) is the study of the microscopic anatomy of cells and tissues, with is an essential tool of biology and medicine to accurately diagnose cancer and other diseases. Successful clinical laboratory students should have a strong interest in science, anatomy and physiology and genetics and excel at tasks requiring attention to detail and problem-solving capacity.
This program is ideal for:
Median Wages: $28.57 hourly
Projected Growth Rate: 29.7 percent
This Associate of Applied Science degree includes 760 clinical hours which will help our students master the field of histology. The program qualifies students for the National Registry exam for Histology Technician certification.