Surgical Technology Program
The primary functions of a surgical technologist are to assist the surgeon and operating team, maintain the sterile field, and pass instruments. A surgical technologist can work in a hospital, outpatient surgery, private scrub for surgeons, or private companies.
Additional program requirements include passing a random drug test, completing a physical exam with a record of required immunizations before assignment to clinical sites, and the ability to withstand the physical rigors of the program. A fair but strict attendance policy is enforced during the 10-month program.
This comprehensive program includes:
- Anatomy & Physiology/Pathophysiology/Medical Terminology
- Behavioral Science/Patient Care Concepts
- Fundamentals of Surgical Technology
- Surgical Procedures
- Technological Sciences
Upon competition, graduates are eligible to sit for the national certification exam. College credits may apply directly to advance your education. Check with your university or college.
Data listed here for the 2019-20 School Year unless otherwise noted.
Our student's CAAHEP/ARC/STSA outcome assessment certification pass ratings were 80%.
The Job Placement Rate percentage for the class was 100%.
The median loan debt incurred by students completing this program was $3,700.
Tuition charged for students who completed the program on time was $7,365. (not including fees)
The Surgical Technology program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education.
The Surgical Technology program is accredited by Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)
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