Surgical Technology - A.A.S. Degree (career)
The respiratory care area of study focuses on objective scientific data as well as theory to train students to solve complex problems in a clinical setting. Students receive specialized training in the following areas: diagnosis, treatment, management, and preventative care of patients with cardiopulmonary disorders. This area of study includes coursework in the classroom as well as practical experiences in diverse clinical settings.
As a graduate, you should be able to:
- Demonstrate ability to comprehend, apply, and evaluate information pertinent to the practice of surgical technology (cognitive domain).
- Perform, independently, skills required for employment as an entry-level practitioner (psychomotor domain).
- Exhibit professional behaviors consistent with college and employer standards for a surgical technologist (affective domain).
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