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Cardiovascular Technology is a medical specialty dealing with the clinical diagnosis and treatment of patients with three of the most serious health problems in the United States today—heart, lung and vascular diseases.
The Cardiovascular Technology Program is five semesters of classroom, laboratory and clinical instruction. The final two semesters are spent in clinical specialization rotations in cardiovascular laboratories. Students who complete the program are awarded an Associate of Science degree in Cardiovascular Technology. Excellent career opportunities await graduates.
The Cardiovascular Technology Program is one of the oldest and most established programs of its type in the United States. It is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Cardiovascular Technology and the Florida Department of Health. Program instruction is consistent with curriculum frameworks as administered by the Florida Department of Education. Graduates are eligible to take national certification examinations.