Biomedical Electronics Technology
Downtown Milwaukee Campus
This program prepares you for a technical career with an employer that uses, repairs or manufactures biomedical electronic equipment, such as bedside monitor systems and EKG machines. A cooperative education internship is a required component of the program.
Career Outlook: The ever-increasing reliance on electronics to test and monitor patients in healthcare facilities has created a need for biomedical electronics technicians. Graduates may be hired by hospitals and clinics to install and repair biomedical electronic equipment. Manufacturers hire technicians to build and final-test equipment.
Program Code: 10-605-6
Start Dates: August/January
Special Admission Requirements: One year of high school-level algebra or the equivalent, good health as evidenced by a medical examination, documentation of compliance with Wisconsin’s Caregiver Law (criminal background check), proper immunizations and 10-panel drug test.
Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2015 – Spring 2016 Course Requirements