Never before has healthcare technology been so important. With SPC's associate degree in biomedical engineering technology, you'll have a chance to work directly with equipment and technology that makes a difference in someone's quality of life. The skills you learn at SPC prepare you to maintain and repair "smart" medical devices such as defibrillators, electrocardiographs, IV pumps, ICU bedside monitors and ventilators.
There are two pathways in the Biomedical Engineering Technology AS degree.
- Medical Device Networking and Cybersecurity
This pathway prepares you to work with networked medical devices and to look at methods to secure medical equipment from security threats.
- Medical Device Design and Manufacturing
This pathway prepares you to work with original equipment manufacturers on the production of medical equipment as you learn how to prototype and bring to market a medical device.