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Diagnostic Cytopathology - Post Professional

MS  Full Time
Program Code:DCP5  Program Director: Lois E. Rockson
 
Version for Summer 2021
 

SemesterCourse#Course TitleCreditsComments/Notes
Pre-Requisites: BS degree, Cytotechnology Program + CT certification. Minimum GPA 3.0.
 
Core Required Courses 17 credits
CLSC5112 Molecular Diagnostics 3 _________________________
DCYT5112 Advanced Techniques 2 _________________________
DCYT5220 Molecular Cytopathology  3 _________________________
DCYT6110 Principles of Management in Cytopathology 3 _________________________
IDST6121 Data Analysis & Interpretation 3 _________________________
IDST6200  Research Methods for the Health Sciences 3 _________________________
Electives 12 credits (4 courses). Diagnostic Cytopathology Specialization.
 
Other elective courses within CLS, IDST and SHP with approval
 
CLSC5XX0 Pathology Organization and Leadership 3 _________________________
CLSC6215 Healthcare Regulation and Laboratory Management  3 _________________________
DCYT5310 Cancer Epidemiology  3 _________________________
DCYT5320  Digital Pathology 3 _________________________
Research 6 credits
DCYT6300 Capstone Project  3 _________________________
IDST6400 Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis 3 _________________________
or
CLSC6980/CLSC6989 Graduate Project I  3 _________________________
CLSC6990/CLSC6999 Graduate Project II  3 _________________________
Curriculum Total :   35  
 
 
 
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