Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology: Biomedical Engineering Technology
The Biomedical Engineering Technology curriculum is math- and science-based and requires a 73-credit-hour program for those individuals seeking employment in the medical service and repair of medical electronic equipment used in the nation's hospitals. Graduates are referred to as a clinical engineering, biomedical or medical instrumentation specialist.
When employed by a medical facility, the graduate may provide operating room support or work in a lab maintaining various pieces of electronic equipment: X-ray machines, CAT scanners, heart monitors, defibrillators or medical imaging equipment used throughout the hospital or other medical facilities.
Biomedical Engineering Technology is an option of Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology. More information is available at Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology.