BS with a Major in Cytotechnology
Note: The order of semesters and summer terms has been changed from the print version to accommodate the one-column format of HTML publishing. A conventional Four-Year Plan is available in the .pdf file.
BIOL 1710, Principles of Biology I 3
BIOL 1730, Biology I Laboratory 1
CHEM 1410, General Chemistry10 3
CHEM 1430, General Chemistry Laboratory 1
ENGL 1310, College Writing I 3
MATH 1100, College Algebra4 3
Visual and Performing Arts7 3
BIOL 2360, Applied Human Anatomy 4
CHEM 3600, Organic Chemistry20 4
ECON 1110, Macroeconomics 3
ENGL 2220, World Literature II 3
HIST 2610, United States History to 186512 3
BIOL 3350, Heredity 3
BIOL 4090, Parasitology 4
ECON 4180, The Economics of Health Care 3
PSCI 1040, American Government 3
Understanding of Ideas and Values19 3
Before attendance at a clinical school of cytotechnology approved by the American Medical Association in collaboration with the American Society of Cytotechnology, student must apply and be accepted by the school. A minimum of 39 hours of professional cytotechnology courses during approximately 12 months is required to complete the senior year of this program. Successful completion of the first three years does not guarantee admission into a clinical school. Contact the Cytotechnology Program Director.
Total for Spring and Fall 39
BIOL 2040, Biology of Microorganisms 4
CHEM 1420, General Chemistry10 3
CHEM 1440, General Chemistry Laboratory 1
ENGL 2210, World Literature I6 3
MATH 1680, Elementary Probability and Statistics 3
BIOL 2370, Applied Human Physiology 4
EDSE 4840, Instructional Strategies and Classroom Management 3
ENGL 2700, Technical Writing 3
HIST 2620, United States History from 186512 3
Oral Communication2 3
BIOL 3600, Histological and Biomedical Microtechniques 4
MGMT 3820, Principles of Management 3
PSYC 1630, General Psychology I14 3
PSCI 1050, American Government 3
Before attendance at a clinical school of cytotechnology approved by the American Medical Association in collaboration with the American Society of Cytotechnology, student must apply and be accepted by the school. A minimum of 39 hours of professional cytotechnology courses during approximately 12 months is required to complete the senior year of this program. Successful completion of the first three years does not guarantee admission into a clinical school. Contact the Cytotechnology Program Director.Actual degree plans may vary depending on availability of courses in a given semester. Some courses may require prerequisites not listed. See Arts and Sciences folding key (#2) after page 208 for footnotes.
Total for Spring and Fall 39
Professional Courses: 39
Biology Minor (11 advanced): 27
Secondary Education: 3
Political Science 6
Understanding of Ideas and Values 6
Visual and Performing Arts 3
Computer Science Proficiency: 0-3
Oral Communication Skills Proficiency: 0-3
A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required on all advanced science courses.
All preprofessional courses must be completed prior to clinical training.
42 hours must be advanced;24 advanced hours must be taken at UNT
24 of the last 30 hours must be completed at UNT.
1. Completion of the following preprofessional requirements before clinical training with a minimum GPA of 2.5 for upper-division courses in the sciences:
2. Submission to the program director of a transcript evaluation request, including the name(s) of cytotechnology school(s) where the student is applying.
3. Filing, in the program director's office before leaving campus, the name of an accredited cytotechnology school to be attended.
4. Satisfactory completion of a minimum of 12 months of professional training at an approved cytotechnology school as verified by an official transcript sent to the UNT cytotechnology program director. The transcript is evaluated by the director, who recommends to the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and the Registrar that a minimum of 39 hours of credit be granted for the completed professional training. These hours are exempt from the UNT residency requirement.
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