Surgical Technology - Course Planning
The Surgical Technology program at Seattle Central College is a 4–quarter, full–time course of study, which begins in the Summer Quarter. Students who complete this program will gain the skills and experience needed to excel as a surgical technologist, and will be eligible to take the National Certification Exam for Surgical Technology and to apply for Washington state registration.
View or download the curriculum and course planning guides for the Associate of Applied Science-Transfer (AAS-T) in Surgical Technology.
AHE 168: Medical Terminology
BIOL 128: Survey of Human Anatomy & Physiology 5 credits, or BIOL& 241 and BIOL&242
ENGL& 101: English Composition
PSYC& 100 or PSYC& 200: Lifespan Psychology
HUM 105: Intercultural Communication
MATH& 146 Introduction to Statistics or MATH 136 (Statway Pathway)
AHE 140: Sterile Processing/Instrument Technician
AHE 152: Essential Skills for the Healthcare Professional
SURG 111: Surgical Lab
SURG 113: Surgical Theory I
SURG 115: Clinical Observation
SURG 121: Surgical Specialty/Professional Prep
SURG 123: Surgical Theory II
SURG 125: Clinical Practice I
SURG 133: Surgical Theory II
SURG 135: Clinical Practice II
Total Credits for Associate of Applied Science-Transfer (AAS-T) Degree = 95
Questions about course planning? Contact an Academic Advisor at AdvisorCentral@seattlecolleges.edu. In addition, you can contact the Allied Health staff and faculty for help.