Are you fascinated by how the human body works? Do you enjoy the field of medicine? Do you love helping people? If so, a Surgical Technology program in Charleston, SC could be the perfect fit for you.
At Miller-Motte College, you could earn an Associate of Applied Science degree in Surgical Technology and start a career in the field of Surgical Technology in as little as 18 months. Our career training helps give our students the necessary skills and knowledge they need for a satisfying career in Surgical Technology.
This is a CampusFlex track program. 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.
Miller-Motte College has helped many students in the Charleston, North Charleston, Mount Pleasant and Goose Creek areas gain the education needed to start new careers and improve their lives. In as little as 18 months, we can help you do the same.
At Miller-Motte College, our philosophy is that you need to develop your skills in a real-world environment in addition to your classroom training. That’s why our programs have a unique combination of classroom learning, lab courses, and on-the-job experience to make sure you get the knowledge required to start and succeed in your career.
Here are some examples of the courses you can expect to take in our Surgical Technology program:
For more details about the courses offered in our Surgical Technology program, download our Course Catalog.
Recent changes to the healthcare system in the United States have increased the need for Surgical Technologists. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that careers for Surgical Technologists will grow 30% by the year 2022.
This makes training to become a Surgical Technologist a great way to start a career that is in demand. Learn more about Surgical Technologists below.
Surgical Technologists work with surgeons, nurses, and technicians before, during and after surgical procedures. They prepare the operating room by sterilizing, locating and organizing necessary equipment for surgery. During operations, they provide nurses and surgeons with necessary tools.
They also collect samples and then transport them to the laboratory for testing. Once the surgery is completed, Surgical Technologists help with wound care and transfer patients to the recovery room.
If you are eager to begin your career in the medical field without spending years in nursing or medical school, why not learn more about our Surgical Technology program? Miller-Motte College’s quality career training can allow you to begin a new, exciting career quickly. Call us today at 800.705.9182 to get started or click here to find out more information about our Surgical Technology program in Charleston, SC.
The Miller-Motte College Surgical Technology Associate Degree program at the Charleston campus is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) on the recommendation of the Accreditation Review Council on Education in Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (ARC/STSA). The program has been placed on Probationary Accreditation as of November 16, 2018.*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Surgical Technologists, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/surgical-technologists.htm