STS – Sterile Processing Technology

Discipline/Program

STS – Sterile Processing Technology

Courses at SF: Non Transfer


Non Transfer

STS1302
HSC1434
HSC1434L
STS1925C
STS2947

Minimum Requirements

Industry-recognized credential in the qualifying fields and two years of full-time experience working in sterile processing.

Qualifying Fields

Sterile Processing
Surgical Technology
Nursing


Non Transfer

STS1300
STS1301

Minimum Requirements

Master’s degree in a field of Biological Sciences in any combination of the qualifying fields. A professional degree (MSN, MD, DO, DC DVM, PT, OT or other advanced clinical degrees awarded by nationally accredited institutions) may be accepted as fulfilling the degree requirements;

OR

Industry recognized credential in the qualifying fields and two years of experience working in sterile processing;

OR

An associate degree and coordinating credential in an Allied Health program.

Qualifying Fields

Anatomy
Biochemistry
Biology
Biomedical Sciences
Histology
Kinesiology (Exercise Physiology)
Medical Sciences
Medicine
Pharmacology
Physiology
System Physiology
Veterinary Physiology or Pathology
Zoology (emphasis on vertebrate or mammalian anatomy and/or physiology)
Sterile Processing
Surgical Technology
Nursing


Non Transfer

STS1000
STS2365

Minimum Requirements

Industry recognized credential in the qualifying fields and two years of experience working in sterile processing;

OR

An associate degree and coordinating credential in an Allied Health program.

Qualifying Fields

Sterile Processing
Surgical Technology
Nursing

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