Part time Course in Biomedical Engineering

Top Part time Courses in Biomedical Engineering 2017/2018

Biomedical Engineering

Students can select individual courses in accordance with their interests. Students may also structure a series of classes in a way that might achieve specific objectives such as improving job skills, pursuing new careers, or obtaining certificates or degrees.

The knowledge of human biology gets combined with engineering principles in the discipline of biomedical engineering. This type of scientific application works to create solutions to promote the length and quality of life.

Part time Course in Biomedical Engineering

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Pharmacy Assistant Program

Vancouver Career College
Campus 31 weeks September 2018 Canada Burnaby Vancouver Surrey Abbotsford Port Coquitlam Kelowna + 4 more

The Pharmacy Assistant program provides students with the office, clerical and medical skills to offer the essential support required by Pharmacists. [+]

The Pharmacy Assistant program provides students with the office, clerical and medical skills to offer the essential support required by Pharmacists.

 

 

Program Objectives

 

Students will be trained in pharmacology, dispensing (community & hospital), inventory, billing and administration, as well as customer service skills. They will also receive First Aid and CPR training and certification.

 

 

Career Opportunities

 

· Pharmacy Assistant / Technician

 

 

Admissions Prerequisites

· Applicants must possess a high school diploma or meet the requirements for mature student status;... [-]


Medical Laboratory Assistant

Vancouver Career College
Campus 51 weeks September 2018 Canada Burnaby Vancouver Surrey Abbotsford Port Coquitlam Kelowna + 4 more

The Medical Laboratory Assistant diploma program at Vancouver Career College combines theory-based study and hands-on learning to prepare students to find employment in a medical lab setting. [+]

The Medical Laboratory Assistant diploma program at Vancouver Career College combines theory-based study and hands-on learning to prepare students to find employment in a medical lab setting. This program covers a wide range of subjects including medical terminology, clinical laboratory practices, anatomy, physiology, laboratory math, biology and chemistry. Students will also gain a broad understanding of laboratory microbiology and hematology. In addition, students will also learn about safety procedures, ethical behavior and legislation related to this profession. Prior to graduation, students must complete a clinical placement in a laboratory setting outside of the campus. Career opportunities for graduates of this program exist in private diagnostic testing, public health, hospitals, quality control, veterinary labs and physician's offices or clinics. [-]