Master of Surgical Assisting, MSA Program
The Master of Surgical Assisting, MSA Program provides a unique opportunity for students with a four year degree or higher to enter the specialized medical profession of surgical assisting. This two year program consists of a 10-month didactic phase, with preclinical rotations exposure in the surgical environment. At the end of the 12-month clinical phase, students complete eight clinical rotations, serving in the role of a surgical assistant in at least 240 cases. With successful completion of the program, individuals earn a Master of Surgical Assisting, MSA degree and become certified in 22 months.
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