• Curriculum

    Certificate: Surgical Technology Tech-Prep Program 

    Associate in Applied Science Degree: Surgical Technology Tech-Prep Program 

    Course Descriptions 

    • SRGT 1405. INTRODUCTION TO SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY Orientation to surgical technology theory, surgical pharmacology and anesthesia, technological sciences, and patient care concepts. Assessment Levels: R2, E2, M1.
    • SRGT 1409. FUNDAMENTALS OF PERIOPERATIVE CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES In-depth coverage of perioperative concepts such as aseptic technique principles and practices, infectious processes, wound healing, and creation and maintenance of the sterile field. Assessment Levels: R2, E2, M1.
    • SRGT 1441. SURGICAL PROCEDURES I
      Introduction to surgical pathology and its relationship to surgical procedures. Emphasis on surgical procedures related to the general, OB/GYN, genitourinary, and orthopedic surgical specialities incorporating instruments, equipment, and supplies required for safe patient care. Assessment Levels: R3, E3, M1.
    • SRGT 1442. SURGICAL PROCEDURES II (CAPSTONE)
      Introduction to surgical pathology and its relationship to surgical procedures. Emphasis on surgical procedures related to the thoracic, peripheral vascular, plastic/reconstructive, EENT, cardiac, and neurological surgical specialties incorporating instruments, equipment, and supplies required for safe patient care. Assessment Levels: R3, E3, M1.
    • SRGT 1460. CLINICAL I
      A method of instruction providing detailed education, training and work-based experience and direct patient/client care, generally at a clinical site. Specific detailed learning objectives are developed for each course by the faculty. On-site clinical instruction, supervision, evaluation and placement is the responsibility of the College faculty. Clinical experiences are unpaid external learning experiences. Course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary. Assessment Levels: R3, E3, M1.
    • SRGT 2460. CLINICAL II
      A method of instruction providing detailed education, training and work-based experience and direct patient/client care, generally at a clinical site. Specific detailed learning objectives are developed for each course by the faculty. On-site clinical instruction, supervision, evaluation and placement is the responsibility of the College faculty. Clinical experiences are unpaid external learning experiences. Course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary. Assessment Levels: R3, E3, M1.