The Biomedical Electronics associate degree prepares learners for a career as a technician in medical facilities or medical equipment manufacturing firms. Program graduates may begin careers as electronic technicians in development, maintenance, testing, and field service.
A graduate of this program will have the potential for employment in the following areas:
- Biomedical Technician
Requirements for Program Entry
- Completed application.
- High school transcript or equivalent.
- 10-890-101 College 101
- 10-660-101 Digital 1: Logic
- 10-660-102 Digital 2: Sequential
- 10-660-103 Digital 3: Registers
- 10-660-104 DC 1: Introduction
- 10-804-113 College Technical Math 1A
- 10-660-105 DC 2: Circuits
- 10-620-100 Fluids 1: Basic Pneumatics
- 10-620-101 Fluids 2: Basic Hydraulics
- 10-606-112 Computer Apps for Technicians
- 10-809-198 Intro to Psychology
- 10-804-114 College Technical Math 1B
- 10-660-107 AC 1: Properties
- 10-660-108 AC 2: Reactance
- 10-660-109 AC 3: RLC Circuits
- 10-660-110 Electronics 1: Diodes-Basic
- 10-660-111 Electronics 2: Trans-Basic
- 10-660-112 Electronics 3: Op-Amps-Basic
- 10-605-201 Biomedical-Introduction to
- 10-806-189 Basic Anatomy
- 10-501-101 Medical Terminology
- 10-605-163 Micro 1: Introduction
- 10-605-164 Micro 2: Technique
- 10-605-165 Micro 3: Interfaces
- 10-605-170 Datacomm 1: Introduction
- 10-605-171 Datacomm 2: Basic Networking
- 10-605-172 Datacomm 3: Network Protocols
- 10-801-136 English Composition 1
- 10-605-207 Biomed Codes/Standards
- 10-605-209 Biomedical Clinical 1
- 10-806-134 General Chemistry
- 10-605-210 Biomedical Clinical 2
- 10-605-208 Medical Networking
- 10-605-206 Medical Imaging
- 10-801-197 Technical Reporting
- 10-809-172 Intro to Diversity Studies
- Students will be capable of utilizing industry codes and regulations to document and safely repair equipment.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to function effectively on teams.
- Students will be able to communicate effectively.
- Students will demonstrate clinical workplace ethics.
- Students will maintain biomedical equipment using test equipment and hand tools.
- Students will demonstrate basic electronics skills.
- Students will demonstrate a competency of computers and networks used with biomedical equipment.
- Students will be capable of explaining aspects of imaging systems.
Wisconsin Caregiver Law
NWTC is required to comply with the Wisconsin Caregiver Law (1997 WISCONSIN ACT 27). The completion of a caregiver background check includes the review of criminal records for convictions of serious crimes or a history of improper behavior. Students accepted into this program must complete a background check through www.castlebranch.com AND complete a Background Information Disclosure (BID) form disclosing any acts, crimes, or convictions prior to program entry. The information provided in the BID form must be truthful and match any findings on the criminal record check. Information regarding this process is provided to students immediately upon acceptance into the program. Students with a criminal history may be denied access to placement at the discretion of the clinical or practicum site. Consequently, should a student have a history of convictions of serious crimes or a history of improper behaviors, NWTC cannot guarantee clinical/practicum placement or guarantee graduation within typical program timing.
About the School
Founded in 1912, NWTC is a nationally-ranked, two-year public college where students prepare for high-tech careers and begin their bachelor’s degrees. Last year, NWTC served over 32,000 students; 7,80 ... Read More