Keeping the technology of laboratory science running
The A.S. degree program prepares students for employment in the biomedical electronic equipment field. Students will learn skills in areas of biomedical research, development, manufacturing and maintenance.
Through classroom and laboratory environments, students acquire knowledge to design, manufacture, evaluate, troubleshoot, repair and test various types of biomedical equipment. Additionally, students will learn to function in a hospital or manufacturing environment through a one-semester internship at a local biomedical department. During the internship, students will be assigned routine duties as biomedical equipment technicians.