Indiana University School of Medicine offers two programs in Histotechnology.
The Certification Program is a 10-month program taught through distance education. The goal of the program is to prepare qualified individuals to sit for the National Registry exam for Histotechnician (HT) certification.
Associate of Science in Histotechnology:
The Associate of Science in Histotechnology is a 2-year degree that allows students the opportunity to complete 30 credit hours of general-education core requirements along with certificate level coursework. Once students complete their Associate of Science in Histotechnology, they can sit for the National Registry exam for Histotechnician (HT) certification.
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