Carcinosarcoma (CS) is a rare neoplasm that is called a mixed epithelial and mesenchymal malignancy. CS of the uterine cervix is much less common than its counterparts in the uterine corpus. A 61-year-old, gravida 2, para 2 woman, who had undergone menopause 16 years prior to the presentation, was diagnosed with CS of the uterine cervix. A semiradical hysterectomy was carried out on the diagnosis of stage Ib1 cervical cancer. The patient underwent whole pelvic 45 Gy radiation as a postoperative additional treatment, but she died from multiple organ failure by metastasis 17 months after the operation. The tumor protruded from the cervix to the vagina and measured 4.5 x 3.0 cm. Histologically, the tumor was characterized as a squamous cell carcinoma and mesenchymal malignancy, represented by osteosarcomatous components. The stroma was largely composed of atypical spindle-shaped cells, which were immunohistochemically demonstrated to be of epithelial origin. Uterine cervical CS is one of the aggressive malignancies, and squamous cell carcinomas are common epithelial counterparts of cervical CS as well as adenocarcinomas.