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Programs of Study

Biomedical Equipment Technology

Major Courses (44 Credits)

EET 161

DC Electricity and Instrumentation

2

EET 162

DC Electricity and Instrumentation Lab

1

EET 163

Alternating Current and Passive Devices

2

EET 164

Alternating Current and Passive Devices Lab

1

EET 165

Digital Electronics

2

EET 166

Digital Electronics Lab

2

EET 167

Introduction to Semiconductors

2

EET 168

Introduction to Semiconductors Lab

1

EET 169

Integrated Circuits & Thyristors

2

EET 170

Integrated Circuits & Thyristors Lab

1

BET 231

Medical Equipment Standards and Testing

2

BET 232

Medical Equipment Standards and Testing Lab

2

BET 233

Physiological Monitoring Devices

2

BET 234

Physiological Monitoring Devices Lab

2

BET 235

Life Support Systems

2

BET 236

Life Support Systems Lab

2

BET 237

Specialized Medical Systems

2

BET 238

Specialized Medical Systems Lab

1

BET 299

Internship

4

BIO 105

Physiology and Anatomy

3

CIT 183

Network Architectures, Principles, and Protocols

2

CIT 184

Network Architectures, Principles, and Protocols Lab

1

PHY 101

Introductory Physics

3

General Education (23 Credits)

CHM 101

Chemistry I

3

CHM 102

Chemistry I Lab

1

COM 212

Public Speaking

3

CPT 101

Microcomputer I

3

CSM 105

Customer Service and Our World

3

ENG 101

English Composition I

3

MAT 110

Trigonometry

3

ART ###

Art Elective

3

SSS 101

Student Success Seminar

1


Minimum Credits to Graduate

67

For course descriptions, please visit the Course Catalog.
This course prepares students with skills labeled by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as those used in traditional or evolving green occupation.
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