The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center: Majors & Ratings

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The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center offers 8 majors and allows you to earn your 1-year certificate, 2-year certificate, or bachelor's degree.

Below we list majors offered at The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center as well as diplomas and certificates available for each major.

Laboratory Assistance Majors

Clinical Laboratory Science Technology
· 1-year certificate
· 2-year certificate
· bachelor's degree
Cytogenetics and Clinical Genetics Technology
· 1-year certificate
· bachelor's degree
Cytotechnology
· 1-year certificate
· bachelor's degree
Histologic Technology
· bachelor's degree
Medical-Assistant-Colleges.com rating: Laboratory Assistance Program Rating - Excellent
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Medical Majors

Medical Physics
· 1-year certificate
· bachelor's degree
Medical Radiologic Technology Science
· 1-year certificate
· 2-year certificate
· bachelor's degree
Radiologic Technology Science
· 1-year certificate
· bachelor's degree
Med-Colleges.com rating: Medical Program Rating - Excellent
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Medical Assistant Majors

Clinical Laboratory Science Technology
· 1-year certificate
· 2-year certificate
· bachelor's degree
Cytogenetics and Clinical Genetics Technology
· 1-year certificate
· bachelor's degree
Cytotechnology
· 1-year certificate
· bachelor's degree
Histologic Technology
· bachelor's degree
Medical-Assistant-Colleges.com rating: Medical Assistant Program Rating - Excellent
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Physics Majors

Medical Physics
· 1-year certificate
· bachelor's degree
Physics-Schools.com rating: Physics Program Rating - Excellent
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Radiology Technology Majors

Magnetic Resonance Imaging
· bachelor's degree
Medical Radiologic Technology Science
· 1-year certificate
· 2-year certificate
· bachelor's degree
Radiologic Technology Science
· 1-year certificate
· bachelor's degree
Medical-Assistant-Colleges.com rating: Radiology Technology Program Rating - Excellent
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