Nursing and Allied Health

Gainful Employment

 

Welcome!

The Nursing and Allied Health (NAH) Department is comprised of a wide range of short term and degree programs. NAH program tracks are developed in highly sought after fields of employment.  Based on a regional GAP Analysis conducted for Southeast Arkansas College, Health Care and Social assistance are considered in the top three (3) highest growth industry for the region served by SEARK College and is considered an industry that is most critical to this region’s economy.

NAH students learn in a state of the art teaching/ learning laboratory environment using the latest technology available in equipment and learning models. Students receive clinical experiences at a variety of clinics in addition to acute and long- term health care facilities. Jefferson Regional Medical Center (JRMC) is the Department’s major clinical affiliate Graduates of NAH programs are employed throughout the region and the state.

Highly skilled Nursing and Allied Health professionals are available to assist with your career planning needs!

Program Acceptance

Acceptance into nursing and allied health (NAH) technology programs is competitive, and all students who apply for acceptance may not be admitted in the semester of application. Placement is given to those candidates who, in the opinion of program faculty, best meet the published requirements for acceptance into the programs.

Criminal Background Checks

Clinical agencies may require criminal background checks prior to allowing students to engage in clinical experiences. Persons who have been convicted of certain crimes may not be allowed to participate in clinical or to sit for state/national licensure/certification examinations. All fees associated with background checks are at the student’s expense. Criminal background information may be shared with clinical agencies and/or national licensing agencies.


Information Common to All Nursing and Allied Health Programs

NAH Student Work Policy

Criminal Background Requirements

NAH Functional Ability Policy

Program Cost


EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY - BASIC

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:  Emergency Medical Technology (EMT)-Basic is an introductory survey of emergency medical services including medical legal/ethical aspects, patient assessment, care of wounds and fractures, airway maintenance, patient transportation, medical and environmental emergency, childbirth, and extrication.  The program prepares graduates for employment with ambu­lance services and in acute emergency facilities.  Grad­uates are eligible to apply to take the examination for national certification as an EMT-B.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINE:  Class size is limited; and all applicants are not accepted for participation.  Students are encouraged to contact the Allied Health Program Coordinator at the first opportunity for advisement.

Application Deadline: Classes are held each semester.  The selection process for admission is open through general registration and is based on first-come, first enrolled basis until class capacity is reached. 

All applicants will have an equal opportunity regardless of race, age, disability, sex, creed, religion, or nationality.  Applicants with special needs due to disability must make this fact known prior to admission, so that necessary accommodations can be made.  Because of the nature of the profession, it may not always be possible to accommodate students with severe disabilities.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:  High School (or GED Equivalency) Diploma plus general and special requirements listed below:

  1. Completion of general admissions procedures of the College
  2. Completion of competency testing in Reading (ACT or COMPASS) Minimum scores ACT Reading 15: COMPASS: Writing 50, or successful completion of a course in Developmental Reading with a grade of “C” or better.
  3. Completion of the Nursing and Allied Health Application for Admission form.

Copy of current CPR Certification card – (American Heart Association Health Care Provider Certification must be valid for entire period of enrollment.)


EMERGENCY MEDICAL SCIENCES - PARAMEDIC

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Emergency Medical Sciences - Paramedic program prepares students to perform advanced emergency medical procedures in the pre-hospital setting. Students are trained in theory and a variety of technical skills. Upon completion of the program, the student is granted a Technical Certificate or an Associate of Applied Science Degree and is eligible to apply to take the National Registry EMT-Paramedic Certification Examination. Upon passing the certification exam, graduates are licensed as Paramedics, through the Arkansas Department of Health. SEARK College graduates who complete both the Technical Certificate and Associate of Applied Science Degree programs, will be able to continue their post-secondary education by articulating into the Emergency Medical Services online baccalaureate program in cooperation with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences/College of Health Related Professions (UAMS-CHRP)/EMS Division in Little Rock Arkansas.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINE:
Classes are admitted yearly in August. Class size is limited, and all applicants are not selected for participation. Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED diploma and meet special admission requirements for the program listed below.

Application Deadline: 2nd Friday in April. Students may, however, apply for admission through the Fall Semester Registration period if classes are not at capacity.

All applicants shall have equal opportunity regardless of race, age, sex, creed, religion, or nationality. Applicants with special needs due to disability must make this fact known prior to admission, so that necessary accommodations can be made. Because of the nature of the profession, it may not always be possible to accommodate students with severe disabilities.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: High School (or GED Equivalency) Diploma plus general and special requirements listed below:

1. Completion of general admissions procedures of the College. Refer to the SEARK College Catalog and Student Handbook.
2. Completion of the Nursing and Allied Health Application for Admission form.
3. ACT composite score of 16 or COMPASS scores: Math - 21 ; Writing-74-79; Reading - 83, or successful completion of a course in Developmental Reading with a grade of "C" or better or completion of 15 semester hours of general education applicable to the program with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
4. Copy of current EMT - A Certification Card.
5. Completion or test score validated exemption of all required developmental studies courses in English, mathematics, and reading is required for the A.A.S. degree.

The SEARK College Paramedic program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) Upon recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP). CAAHEP,1361 Park Street ,Clearwater, FL 33756; Phone: (727) 210-2350.

 


 

HEALTH SCIENCES

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This technical certificate program is designed to equip students with a broad skill set and enable students to complete transferable collegiate level courses that are prerequisite for acceptance into nursing and other health science majors. The technical certificate in Health Sciences (TCHS) documents student mastery of core knowledge and skills that provide the foundation for success in nursing and health science curricula. Some of the required courses may not transfer to other institutions. Students should check with the transferring institution prior to enrolling.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: High School (or GED Equivalency) diploma plus general and specific requirements listed below:


1. Completion of all general admissions procedures of the College.
2. ACT Composite Score of 16 or COMPASS Scores: Reading- 83; Writing-70; Math-21.
3. Approval of a Nursing & Allied Health faculty advisor.

 

 


REGISTERED NURSING PROGRAM
LPN/Paramedic to RN Transitition Option

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This program is intended to enable qualified Licensed Practical Nurses and/or qualified EMT Paramedics who aspire to become Registered Nurses to do so within a minimum period of time and with a minimum duplication of course content and credits.

The NREMT-P is mainstreamed into the LPN to RN curriculum. Graduates of the program are eligible to apply to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

1. Completion of High School (or GED Equivalency) diploma.
2. Completion of SEARK College Admission Requirements.
3. Graduate of a State Board approved Practical Nursing or State Approved EMT-Paramedic program.
4. ACT Reading score – 19 or Compass Reading 83; or a grade of "C" or better in a     developmental reading course; Compass Writing -80: Compass Math 21 or  completion of 15 semester hours of general education applicable to the program with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
5.  Possess a current unencumbered Arkansas LPN license or EMT-P certification.
6. Provide transcripts from all colleges and/or schools of nursing and allied health attended.
7. Place ACT or COMPASS scores on file with the College.
8. Transfer students must present a letter of good standing from previous nursing program director.
9. Possess a 2.5 Grade point average.
10. Complete the required general education courses from an accredited college or university with a 2.5 GPA: a grade of "C" or above required for each course. (Total quality points in the required general education courses are calculated to determine admission status).
11. Complete a Division of Nursing & Allied Health Application form and submit to the Division of Nursing & Allied Health prior to the application deadline date.
12. Completion of the required nursing program entrance exam. Scores must be included with the application.
13. Attend a mandatory pre-acceptance orientation.
14. Provide evidence of recent satisfactory work experience.

The LPN/LPTN to RN Transition program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN), 3343 Peachtree Road, NE, Ste. 850; Atlanta, GA 30326, (404) 975-5020; www.nlnac.org

 

APPLICATION PACKET


 

LPN to RN PRE-PROFESSIONAL CURRICULUM

(In Cooperation with Jefferson Regional Medical Center’s School of Nursing–Diploma RN Program)

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:  Practical Nursing Program Completion and Licensure plus JRMC School of Nursing Admission Requirements and Procedures.  Interested students should consult the current catalog of the JRMC School of Nursing for further requirements.

DESCRIPTION:  This program is designed to provide the prerequisite courses that are required for entry into the Diploma nursing program offered through Jefferson Regional Medical Center (JRMC). Fulfillment of the pre-professional curriculum does not assure admission to the JRMC program.


MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
Pre-Professional Curriculum

In Cooperation with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Health Related professions (UAMS-CHRP)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This program is designed to provide the prerequisite courses that are required for entry into the Medical Technology program offered through UAMS-CHRP. Fulfillment of the Medical Technology pre-professional curriculum does not assure admittance to the professional program at UAMS-CHRP.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: High School (or GED Equivalency) Diploma.


MEDICATION ASSISTING TECHNOLOGY
Inactive Program

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:  (Pre-requisites:  By permission). This course is designed to introduce the principles and concepts of medication administration as it relates to the administration of approved medications in the long-term care setting. Theory, lab, and practicum will focus on safe medication administration and avoidance of errors. Knowledge of common side effects and adverse reactions of medications are included in addition to the legal aspect of documentation and communication techniques. Concepts of professional ethics are covered. The course practicum will focus on the skill of medication administration and safe application of medication theory and concepts in the long-term care facility. The student will be under the direction supervision of an instructor and qualified staff. Upon successful completion of this program the student will be eligible to sit for the state certification exam leading to designation as a Medication Assistant-Certified (MA-C).

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:  High School (or GED Equivalency), diploma, a current unencumbered CNA certificate, one (1) year employment in a Long Term Care Facility, and a satisfactory letter of recommendation from a current employer.

*Note: Nursing students who have completed a portion of the curriculum equivalent to med aid training may be allowed to take the MA-C examination.


NURSING ASSISTANT/HOME CARE AIDE

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Nursing Assistant/Home Care Aide focuses on safe and effective functioning when providing client care in the healthcare setting and/or the home environment. Emphasis is placed upon assisting clients with daily living and performing fundamental skills. These skills include checking and recording blood pressure, pulse rate, respiratory rate and temperature, performing bathing, hygiene and toileting, bed making, utilizing proper body mechanics, providing mobility, meal service and the proper usage of assistive devices, wheelchairs and lifters. Concepts pertaining to the psychosocial approach to care giving are covered along with basic Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology, and infection control.

Skills are taught and practiced in a hospital type laboratory and a home/apartment laboratory setting. Required clinical hours are spent in a long-term care facility providing hands-on care to residents.
Upon successful completion of 48 contact hours students will receive a Home Care Aide Certificate of Completion. Upon successful completion of the program students will receive a Nursing Certificate of Proficiency and are eligible to take the practical and competency examinations that lead to Arkansas State Certification as a Nursing Assistant (CNA).

The curriculum has been developed in accordance with the Health Care Finance Administration under the OBRA 1987 Guidelines.
A grade of "C" is required for passing.

COURSE OPTIONS: The courses are offered in Spring, Fall, and Extended Summer sessions. All sections are offered in 8 weeks with the exception of the Saturday class which is taught in 10 weeks. 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

1. Completion of all the general admission procedures of the college. Refer to the Southeast Arkansas College Catalog and Student Handbook.
2. Completion of the ACT with a reading score of 16, or completion of the COMPASS exam with a reading score of 70, or completion of a course in developmental reading with a grade of "C" or better.
3. Approval of a Nursing & Allied Health faculty advisor.
4. Complete Southeast Arkansas College Nursing and Allied Health Application form.

Nursing Assistant Application Packet


PHLEBOTOMY TECHNOLOGY

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This one-semester program introduces students to proper collection, transport, and handling of blood including blood collection equipment, venipuncture, and capillary collection. Pre-analytic complications, specimen collection procedures, forensic toxicology, and collection from adult, pediatric, geriatric, home and long-term care clients are covered. Instruction also includes collection of urine and other body fluids. Laboratory experiences are included to reinforce the didactic content. Phlebotomists may seek employment in inpatient hospital laboratory settings, outpatient laboratories, physician offices, and medical clinics. Program graduates may apply to seek certification through the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) or the National Health Career Association (NHA). The program is in "Approved" by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS).

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: High School (or GED Equivalency) Diploma and completion of the general admission requirements of the college.

 


 

PRACTICAL NURSING

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This interdisciplinary practical nursing program is designed to provide a beginning point for individuals seeking upward mobility in the nursing profession.  Practical Nursing students are prepared for giving direct and primary nursing care under the immediate supervision of the clinical instructor, staff R.N., Advance Practice Nurses (APN), and/or physicians in the cooperating clinical facilities.  Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) are eligible for acceptance into Practical Nursing program. The CNA who possesses current State of Arkansas Certification receives direct articulated credit in lieu of repeating the course. The program prepares Practical Nurses for employment in a wide range of health care settings including: hospitals, nursing homes, APN offices/clinics, physician’s offices, and private duty care. The Arkansas State Board of Nursing approves the Practical Nursing program with regular evaluations to ensure a quality program of education in the nursing field. Upon completion of the program, graduates are eligible to apply and take the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN) for licensure as a practical nurse. 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:  High School (or GED Equivalency) Diploma plus special requirements as contained in the College Catalog and successful completion of the Allied Health Science Pathway Curriculum.  Arkansas State Certification as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) may satisfy the requirement for ALLI 1117 - Nursing Assistant. An admission test is required of all practical nursing applicants.

PRACTICAL NURSING APPLICATION

 


RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:  This program provides the didactic and clinical content required to prepare graduates to apply to write the American Registry of Technologists (AART) Examination for Radiographers.  The curriculum includes instruction in the art and science of using radiation to provide images of tissues, bones, and blood vessels of the human body.  Upon successful completion of the examination, graduates are certified as Registered Radiographic Technologist, RT (ARRT) (R).

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: High school (or GED Equivalency) Diploma plus general and special requirements listed below:

  1. Completion of all general admission procedures of the College
  2. Completion of the Nursing and Allied Health Application for Admission prior to the application deadline.
  3. Complete the required general education courses from an accredited college or university with a grade of “C” or above.
  4. Compass scores of Reading 83; Writing 80; and Math 41; or minimum ACT score of 19 in each section; or completion of 15 semester hours of general education applicable to the program with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
  5. Completion or test score validated exemption of all required developmental studies courses in English, Mathematics, and Reading.
  6. A minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average for all college coursework (excluding development courses).
  7. Complete a professional observation.
  8. Based on the above criteria, the top 30 applicants will be interviewed.

        Accreditation information

The program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT), 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850; Chicago, Illinois 60606-2901; (312)-704-5300; www.jrcert.org

Arkansas Society of Radiologic Technologists

Radiologic Technology Program Student Handbook

                             Radiologic Technology Program Brochure

Assessment

Program Effective Data

Application

 

 

 


RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
PRE-PROFESSIONAL CURRICULUM

In Cooperation with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Health Related Professions (UAMS - CHRP)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This program is designed to provide the prerequisite courses that are required for entry into the Radiologic Technology program offered through UAMS-CHRP.  Fulfillment of the Radiologic Technology pre-professional curriculum does not assure admittance to the professional program at UAMS-CHRP.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: High School (or GED Equivalency) Diploma.


REGISTERED NURSING PROGRAM
ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN NURSING (ADN)
Generic Option

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This program is intended to provide a beginning point for individuals seeking upward mobility or who aspire to become a registered nurse. The program is designed to prepare graduates with the knowledge and skills required to be successful on the National Council Licensure Exam for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). The program enables students who aspire to become Registered Nurses to do so within a minimum period of time with a minimum duplication of course content and credits. SEARK College offers (2) options for students desiring to obtain the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing (LPN/Paramedic to RN Transition & Generic Option). The Generic option requires students to complete course work in fundamental skills already attained by the LPN/Paramedic.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES & DEADLINE: Application deadline second (2) Friday in March. Classes are admitted in August. Class size is limited; and all applicants are not accepted for participation.

ACCEPTANCE PROCEDURE: Applicants that are selected for admission must notify the Nursing Division of intent to register by picking up an acceptance packet within the allotted time. Upon acceptance into the program students must submit evidence of the following in order to begin classes:

1. Documentation of current American Heart Association (AHA) CPR certification (Level C)
2. Acknowledgement of Functional Abilities Requirements
3. Documentation of P.P.D. Skin Test or Chest X-Ray
4. Documentation of Hepatitis B Series or Signature on SEARK Vaccination Waiver Claim Form.
5. Submit to a criminal background check. Students are responsible for any fees associated with the background check.
6. Possess a current unencumbered Arkansas Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Certification.

Student enrolled in Allied Health programs with a clinical component will be assessed a fee for malpractice insurance.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
1. Completion of High School (or GED equivalency) Diploma
2. Complete all SEARK College Admission Requirements.
3.  ACT Reading score – 19 or Compass Reading 83; or a grade of "C" or better in a developmental reading course; Compass Writing -80: Compass Math 21 or  completion of 15 semester hours of general education applicable to the program with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
4. Completion of all required developmental education courses.
5. Provide transcripts from all colleges and /or schools of nursing and allied health attended.
6. Transfer students must present a letter of good standing from previous nursing program director.
7. Possess a 2.5 Grade Point Average.
8. Complete the required general education courses from an accredited college or university with a grade of "C" or above. (Total quality points in the required general education courses are calculated in determining admission status).
9. Complete a Division of Nursing & Allied Health Application form and submit to the Division of Nursing & Allied Health prior to the application deadline date.
10. Completion of the required nursing program admission exam. Scores must be included with application.

The Generic RN Program Option is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN), 3343 Peachtree Road, NE, Ste. 850; Atlanta, GA 30326, (404) 975-5020; www.nlnac.org.

APPLICATION PACKET


RESPIRATORY CARE
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Respiratory Therapist (RRT)

Program Description:  This program is designed to prepare students for practice as a respiratory care practitioner. The Associate of Applied Science degree graduate is prepared in theory and application of skills required to demonstrate proficiency as a Registered Respiratory Therapist. In addition to theory and laboratory instruction, the student receives experience through clinical simulation laboratory and supervised work experience in the clinical setting. The program incorporates the general education course theory with the professional courses to prepare graduates for the expanded roles required for allied health workers. Graduates are employed primarily in hospitals, but employment opportunities are also available in home health, nursing homes, physicians' offices, sales and home medical equipment sales. Graduates are eligible to apply for the entry-level practitioner exam offered by National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC). Successful candidates earn the Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) credential and Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) credential. Students are also eligible to apply for the advanced practitioner exam and the clinical exam offered by the NBRC.

RESPIRATORY CARE
Associate of Applied Science Degree Respiratory Therapist (RRT)

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: High School (or GED Equivalency) Diploma plus general and special requirements listed below.

1. Completion of all general admissions procedures of the College.
2. Completion of the Nursing and Allied Health Technologies Application for Admission form.
3. Complete the required general education courses from an accredited college or university with a grade of "C" or above.
4. ACT Composite Score of 18 or COMPASS scores of 21 in Math, 80 in Writing, and 83 in Reading; or completion of a course in developmental reading with a grade of "C" or better; or completion of 24 semester hours of general education and Health Related Science requirements with a cumulative G.P.A. of 2.5 or higher.
5. Completion of an observation through a respiratory care department.
6. Completion or test score validated exemption of all required developmental studies courses in English, mathematics, and reading.
7. Complete program entrance test.

ACCEPTANCE PROCEDURE: ACT or COMPASS scores are reviewed in determining acceptance to the program. Students who have successfully completed remedial courses in math, English, and/or reading will also be considered for acceptance. Should the qualified applicants exceed the available slots in the program, admission into a particular class will be based on the date of completed application. After acceptance into the Respiratory Care program, the student must submit evidence of the following in order to begin classes:

1. P.P.D. Skin Test or Chest x-ray.
2. Hepatitis B Series or signature on SEARK College Vaccination Waiver Claim Form.
3. Functional Ability Acknowledgement Form
4. Submit to a criminal background check and as covered in the NAH Department Policies.*

Random drug screening may be utilized at any time during the course of the program at the student's expense.

*Individuals convicted of certain crimes may not be eligible to sit for the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) exams.

The Respiratory Care program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care, 1248 Harwood Road; Bedford, Texas 76021-4244; (817) 283-2835 (Office); (817) 354-8519 (Fax); (www.coarc.com).

Respiratory Care Therapists Application Packet


RESPIRATORY CARE
Associate of Applied Science Degree Completion for
Certified Respiratory Therapists (CRT to RRT)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This program is designed as a college-level associate degree path for those who completed a CoARC accredited entry-level diploma program.  This program prepares the CRT for advanced-level practice as a respiratory care practitioner.  The program incorporates the general education course theory with the professional courses to prepare graduates for the expanded roles required for allied health workers. Credit for professional curriculum completion and the CRT credential are awarded. Graduates will receive the Associate of Applied Science Degree after completion of all course work and will be eligible to apply for the advanced-level practitioner exam and the Clinical Simulations exam offered by National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC).  Successful candidates earn the Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) credential.  General education requirements may be taken before, concurrent with or after the respiratory classes; however eligibility to sit for the exams will not be given until all courses are taken.  Students must receive a “C” or better in each course, general education and respiratory care courses to receive their AAS degree.


 SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:  The program in Surgical Technology prepares the graduate for employment as an integral part of a surgical team.  Surgical technologists work closely with surgeons, anesthesiologists, registered nurses, and other surgical staff in delivering patient care and assuming appropriate responsibilities before, during, and after surgery.  Surgical technologists are employed in acute and ambulatory care facilities.  Upon completion of the basic one-year program the student is granted a Technical Certificate, or a student may wish to pursue an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree.  Near completion of the program, students sit for the National Certified Surgical Technologist examination.  Upon graduation form the program and successful completion of the exam, students will be a Certified Surgical Technologist (CST).

APPLICATION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINE:  Classes are admitted yearly in August.  Class size is limited, and all applicants are not selected for participation.  Applicants must meet the special admission requirements for the program listed below.

Application Deadline: 2nd Friday in April.  Students may, however, apply for admission through general registration or until available slots are filled.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  1. Completion of all general admission procedures of the College.
  2. Completion of the Nursing and Allied Health Application for Admission form.
  3. ACT Reading Score of 19 or COMPASS scores of 21 in Math (Algebra), 80 in Writing, and 83 in Reading, or completion of a course in developmental reading with a grade of “C” or better, or completion of 24 semester hours of general education and Health Related Science requirements with a cumulative G.P.A. or 2.5 or higher.
  4. College transcript documenting successful completion of Anatomy and Physiology I & II.
  5. Possess a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
  6. Completion or test scores validated exemption of all required developmental studies courses in English, math, and reading are required for the AAS degree.
     

Surgical Technology Admission Packet