Wayne State University

Aim Higher

Cytotechnology Concentration

Cytotechnology Concentration

The Cytotechnology Program will not be accepting new students for the foreseeable future

Bachelor of Health Sciences

Do I have what it takes to be a Cytotechnologist?
  • Problem solver
  • Challenge and responsibility
  • Strong communication and problem solving skills 
Why Wayne State University?
The Cytotechnology program is located in one of the world’s leading urban research universities with the reputation of training excellent healthcare professionals. Graduates of the Cytotechnology program are in high demand. The program has strong affiliations with healthcare providers in the metropolitan area.

Career Information
  • ASCP (American Society of Clinical Pathologists)
    (312) 738-5808

    www.ascp.org
  • ASCT (American Society for Cytotechnology)
    (800) 948-3947

    www.asct.com
  • ASCLS (American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science)
    (301) 657-2909

    www.ascls.org