Surgical Technology majors

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One of my best experiences was starting my clinical rotations and getting to put all the knowledge to good use.

Employment of surgical technologists is projected to grow 30% through 2022, much faster than the average for all occupations. (source)

The median annual wage for surgical technologists was $42,720 in May 2013. (source)

Bryan Coffey"The teachers at Penn College really work with you to ensure you are prepared to enter the professional world. We learn the basics of surgical procedures and anatomy - and apply them in our clinical hours."

Bryan Coffey, Surgical Technology, Class of 2014
Certified Surgical Technologist, Susquehanna Health, Williamsport

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Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Applied Health Studies: Surgical Technology Concentration

  • health care practitioner
  • management, administration, or education
  • this program may also be used as a route of preparation for master's level studies

Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)

Surgical Technology

  • surgical suites
  • physician offices
  • ambulatory surgical centers
  • out-patient care centers

Related Minor

  • A baccalaureate (Bachelor of Science [B.S.]) student may earn up to two minors
  • A student may not enroll in a minor within the same discipline as the declared major

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CST Exam Pass Rate

The National Certified Surgical Technologist’s (CST) 5-year pass rate chart compares the pass rate of Penn College first-time test takers (now required for graduation) to the national average. Read more

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