Students receive a combination of classroom study, practice in the campus laboratory, and clinical practice experiences in the surgery department of local hospitals. New students are accepted only in the fall semester each year.
Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are eligible to take the National Surgical Technologists Certification Examination. In addition, they are eligible to receive 30 semester hours of advanced placement toward an associate degree in Applied Technology.
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