Work Experience and Educational Requirements
(B.S.) Bachelor’s of Science degree from accredited four-year college or university.
Graduation from an Accrediting Bureau of Health Education School accredited school of cytotechnology or other organization approved by Health and Human Services.
Requires valid California Cytotechnology License; A.S.C.P. certification desirable, but not required.
Continuing education as dictated by governmental agencies required for license validity.