Technology is central to the economy of the 21st century, and the demand for skilled technicians continues to increase steadily. Knowledge and skills in electronics are essential for those seeking careers in manufacturing, service, and technical sales and support.
The Biomedical Instrumentation Option, in addition to providing a sound background in analog and digital electronics, requires students to take courses in anatomy and physiology and a cooperative work experience. This prepares the student to enter the workforce as an essential member of a medical organization, working with the electronic instrumentation equipment that is critical to today’s high-tech health-care industry. Students may also continue their education by pursuing a bachelor’s degree at a 4-year institution.
A Criminal Offenders Record Information (CORI) and Sexual Offenders Record Information (SORI) may be required of all students enrolled in ELM 299 or ELT 299. Finger printing and drug testing may be required.
Students enrolled in ELM 299 or ELT 299 may incur an additional expense for professional liability insurance.
CAD for Technicians or
Introduction to Microcomputer Applications or
Introduction to Computer Applications in Telecommunications Electronics I
Digital Computer Circuits
English Composition & Literature I
College Mathematics I: Precalculus
Windows Client Operating Systems
Computer Hardware & Support
English Composition & Literature II
College Mathematics II: Trigonometry
General Biology: Core Concepts
Cooperative Work Experience & Seminar
Social Science Elective
Principles of Human Biology or Introduction to the Human Body