The biomedical engineering technology program
is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions related
to biomedical equipment. These technically trained individuals
are prepared to assist engineers or scientists or take positions
as biomedical equipment technicians or technical sales representatives.
Hospitals, equipment manufacturers and service contractors are
typical places of employment.
General Education Courses
ENC 1101 English Composition I (3)
MAC 1105 College Algebra (3)
or MAC 1140 Precalculus Algebra (4)
*Social and Behavioral Science (3)
SPC 2016 Speech Communication for Business and the Professions
Credit hours: 15
EET 1035 Fundamentals of DC/AC Electricity (3)
CET 1461 Computer Applications in Engineering (3)
SLS 1931 Selected Topics in Students Life Skills (1)
EET 1144 Solid-State Devices (3)
CET 1114 Digital Fundamentals (3)
EST 1412 Biomedical Technology and Techniques (3)
EET 1037 DC/AC Network Analysis (3)
EET 2147 Solid-State Circuit Analysis (3)
EST 2436 Biomedical Instrumentation I (3)
MAC 1114 College Trigonometry (3)
EST 2112 Electrical-Electronic Control Systems (3)
CET 1513 Operating Systems II (3)
CET 2123 Microprocessor Fundamentals (3)
EST 2438 Biomedical Instrumentation II (3)
ETG 2502 Engineering Mechanics (3)
EST 1943 Biomedical Internships (3)
Credit hours: 45
Total Credit Hours: 61
*Refer to A.S. degree General
This associate in science degree program is intended primarily
for students who desire to complete an associates degree
and become employed. Students who decide to pursue university
transfer study must meet certain course and test requirements.
For details see your advisor.
Estimated tuition is $3,700 (for Florida residents, as of 7/04).