SUR 250: Surgical Technology Seminar
In this capstone course, students will prepare to care and advocate for the surgical patient. This course entails a combination of research, theory and reflective learning (lab and clinical experience). Emphasis is placed on class participation which consists of lectures, individual and group projects, problem solving exercises and group discussions. In this course, students will develop their personal resume, as well as work on interview skills and present their resume in a "mock" panel interview during the course. Preparation for entering the Surgical Technology profession encompasses: knowledge, skill, professionalism, independent thinking and the ability to react quickly under stressful situations. This course will also allow for student exposure to exam questions similar to those seen on national Surgical Technology exams.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; SUR 210, SUR 211 and SUR 270, minimum grade "C+"
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