Biomedical Electronics Technology
Downtown Milwaukee Campus
Take your interest in electronics to the next level. Gain technical skills sought by firms that use, repair or manufacture biomedical electronic equipment, such as bedside monitor systems and EKG machines. The program's internship component provides on-the-job training.
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