RE: online histology programs
|From:||"Weems, Joyce" <JWEEMS@sjha.org>|
PS - Associates degree on completion!
Saint Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta
From: Lee & Peggy Wenk [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2001 7:39 PM
To: Kim Lamey
Cc: Histonet; email@example.com; Hoye, Glenda F. (Fka
Subject: Re: online histology programs
Yes. No. Sort of.
I do not know of any NAACLS-accredited histology program where you
the courses on-line, and "graduate" from the histology program.
I know of two NAACLS-accredited HT programs that might be of
depending upon your need.
1. Indiana University School of Medicine
This is a 10 month program, taught via weekly 1 1/2 hour
There is also additional homework, exams, slides that need to be
special stains that need to be done. These are mailed to IU, and are
This is set up for people ALREADY working in a histology lab, but
need/want additional help learning about histotechnology and
the registry exams.
Upon completion, you receive 24 college credits from Indiana
a certification of completion of the program. You are also eligible
for the ASCP Board of Registry histotechnology exams.
If I remember correctly, they only take about 24 sites
year. Courses start in about July. So they may have already chosen
this year, but you can always ask to see if there is still time to
(You do have to pay for the 24 college credits.)
For more information, contact:
Glenda Hoye, BS, HT(ASCP) Program Director
2. Harford Community College, Bel Air, MD>
Floyd Grimm, MEd. HT(ASCP), Program Director, HT Program, announced
Educators' forum at the 2000 NSH S/C that most of his courses are
line for his students. The students in his NAACLS-accredited HT
their coursework over the internet and via email. However, they
to come to the college to do the lab portions of the classes. And
have to do a rotation through a hospital lab.
He also mentioned at that forum that the college would be willing to
other people take the coursework via the internet and email, such as
histotechs working in the field anywhere in the US. These additional
could be anyone who wants to take the didactic (bookwork) part of
coursework via the internet and email. Someone at the college would
grade these people's homework.
However, if I understood Floyd correctly, these people would NOT be
college credits, nor are they considered to be students in the
program. That is because they would NOT be coming to the college to
lab portion of the chemistry and biology courses, nor the
courses. Nor would they be doing rotations through the affiliated
If you are interested in this, you would be paying the college some
the privilege of taking the written portion of the histotechnology
the internet, and of having your homework and exams graded via
email. You do
NOT earn college credit. You are NOT a student in the
program. You ARE, however, learning the same book-stuff as the
I think this would be a great way to study at your own pace, at the
that are convenient to you.
For more information, contact
Hope these two programs can help you.
Peggy A. Wenk, HTL(ASCP)
Schools of Histotechnology
William Beaumont Hospital
Royal Oak, MI 48073
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kim Lamey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, April 09, 2001 3:34 PM
Subject: online histology programs
> Does anyone know of any histology programs or schools that offer
> histology programs?
> Thank You,
> Kim Lamey
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