Do you stay calm in emergencies? Are you ready to work in a fast-paced medical environment? If so, you may be interested in a career as a Surgical Technologist working alongside surgeons in the operating room. Earn an Associate in Occupational Studies degree through the Surgical Technology program at McCann and start your career in healthcare in as little as 18 months.
Our campus in Monroe, LA serves students in the surrounding areas of Bastrop, Ruston, Winnsboro, Calhoun, Farmerville, and Rayville. Become a valuable member of the healthcare team and train to become a Surgical Technologist at McCann.
The Surgical Technology program at McCann includes classroom lectures, time in the lab and a clinical externship in a real healthcare facility. Courses you’ll take over the course of your program include:
Students will also have the opportunity to demonstrate their learning in a hands-on externship. For more information on required courses and externship opportunities, download the Course Catalog.
Careers in healthcare are in-demand. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the need for Surgical Technicians to grow 9% by the year 2028.* By training to become a Surgical Technologist at McCann, you’re setting yourself up for success with a stable job in a growing field.
Surgical Technologists play a vital role alongside surgeons and nurses in the operating room. They are responsible for assisting during operations by preparing operating rooms and patients before surgery, passing sterile instruments and equipment during surgeries, and providing patient care post-op. By making sure the surgery runs smoothly and efficiently, Surgical Technicians do their part to ensure patients have successful postoperative outcomes.
Train to work in the fast-paced world of Surgical Technology at McCann School of Business & Technology in Monroe, LA. You’ll have the resources you need to succeed in the classroom and beyond with our Lifetime Career Assistance team. Discover how McCann can work for you. Call us at 866-865-8065 or click here to request more information.*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Surgical Technologists,