The mission of the Surgical Technology Program is to provide an educational experience through cognitive, psychomotor, and affective learning domains designed to produce surgical technologists competent at the entry-level position and successfully prepared to take the national certification exam.
This course will train individuals to prepare the operating room, select and care for instruments, and assist the surgeon and the nursing team during surgery.
The program provides the qualified motivated applicant with a learning opportunity in an environment that is supportive and responsive to their individual needs. Learning experiences are designed to help the student correlate theory with practice under the guidance of qualified instructors and/or preceptors.
- Must be 18 years of age or older
- Provide a regular high school diploma or GED transcript (must submit with application)
- Complete TCAT-M application
- Physical exam with proof of TB test and required immunization
- Pass the required entrance exam
Students are subject to drug screening and criminal background checks based upon clinical affiliation agreements.
- Clinical Practice
- Asepsis/Surgical Technique
- Surgical Procedures
Surgical Technologist - 1296 hours
Cost of training includes textbooks, supplies, personal items, liability insurance, and tuition. Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. COMPASS Schedule