Do you find the human body fascinating? Do you want to work as a part of a medical team? If so, consider training for a new career in Surgical Technology. At Miller-Motte College, you can train for your Surgical Technology Associate of Applied Science degree in as little as 18 months.
Our Surgical Technology program is offered in Cary, NC and serve the surrounding areas of Morrisville, Durham and Apex, NC.
This Surgical Technology program is offered through our CampusFlex track. What does this mean for you? You will take your classes on-campus in a traditional group setting and will then complete some of your coursework online.
If you are ready to become an important member of a surgical team, then you’ll love some of the classes you’ll take in our Surgical Technology program. You will learn about the human body as well as diseases and how to help with surgery.
Here are just some of the classes you will take on your way to your new career:
For more detailed information, you can download the Course Catalog.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need for Surgical Technicians will increase 15% by the year 2024*, which means you’ll be able to put your Associate of Applied Science degree to work when you graduate. When you complete your Surgical Technology program, you will graduate with the education and confidence you need to become a success.
Surgical Technologists work in the operating room, passing sterilized tools and equipment to the nurses and surgeons as needed. After an operation, you will help to bandage the patients and take them to the recovery room where they will wake up from the anesthetics.
As a Surgical Technologist, you will be a vital part of the surgical team. You will help to ensure the patient''s’ recovery by preparing them for the procedure and preparing the room for surgery. You will assist the surgeon and the nurses to make sure everything runs smoothly.
Are you ready to start your new career? At Miller-Motte College, we are here to help you find your path to an exciting new career in medicine. If you would like to learn more, call us at 800.705.9182 or click here to request more information.Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, Surgical Technologists,