Surgical Technology majors
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 expected to increase 19% through 2020, about as fast as the average for all occupations. (source)
Median annual wages of surgical technologists were
$39,920 in May 2010. (source)
I believe that my Penn College degree will work for me because it will help me get a good decent paying job in a medical facility. I truly enjoy what I do.
Tara, A.A.S., Surgical Technology, 2008
Choose a degree
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
- health care practitioner
- management, administration, or education
- this program may also be used as a route of preparation for master's level studies
- surgical suites
- physician offices
- ambulatory surgical centers
- out-patient care centers
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Other Surgical Technology Information
CST Exam Pass Rate
The National Certified Surgical Technologist’s (CST) 2-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