RE: [Histonet] BSc Specialization or BSc with Minors in Histotechnology, Etc.,

From:"Kemlo Rogerson"

My personal opinion would be to generalize, and then find a way to major
in Histotechnology, or someting else along those lines. However, I have
to take into consideration that I may not be able to continue with
specialization unless I return for anotehr go around.


Depends on what you want to do. If you aren't sure of your path, then
generalise and then find a way as you say. If you're sure of your path
then specialise as you say. If you want someone else to make your mind
up for your then ask this Forum and end up in a mess. Have you asked
your Mum?


Kemlo Rogerson

Pathology Manager

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