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Biomedical Electronics Technology – AAS Degree


Biomedical Electronics Technology

Associate in Applied Science

This two-year program is designed to provide thorough understanding of DC/AC fundamentals, solid state electronics, digital electronics, microprocessor operations, and biomedical instruments. This program prepares students for an entry-level biomedical position in area hospitals, healthcare facilities, and healthcare vendors. Technicians can install, use, maintain, and train healthcare personnel on highly electronic-based medical equipment.

For students entering the program with on-the-job training or previous experience, it is possible to test out of the basic courses. Please see your advisor or contact the chairperson of the Applied Technologies division. Graduates of this program will have career opportunities in entry level biomedical positions using cutting-edge technologies.

John A. Logan College Electronics programs are education members of AAMI: Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation.

What You Can Do

  • Install medical equipment
  • Test and calibrate parts and equipment
  • Repair and replace parts
  • Perform preventive maintenance and service
  • Keep records of maintenance and repairs
  • Review technical manuals and regularly attend training sessions
  • Explain and demonstrate how to operate medical equipment
  • Manage replacement of medical equipment

Modes of Instruction
Learn more about the modes of instruction offered at John A. Logan College.

Program Details

00ELT 3023


ORI 100College 1011
ALH 217Medical Terminology 3
ELT 102Basic Electricity and Wiring4
ELT 111Digital Electronics I3
ENG 101English Composition I 1 OR ENG 113 Professional Technical Writing13
MAT 113Intro to Contemporary Mathematics OR MAT 112 3


ELT 103Applied DC/AC Circuits4
ELT 112Digital Electronics II3
ELT 150Applied Solid State Electronics3
ELT 170Biomedical Instrumentation I3
COM 115Speech OR COM 116 Interpersonal Communication3


ELT 151Applied Solid State Circuits3
ELT 200Introduction to Microprocessors3
ELT 214Fundamentals of Computing Hardware3
ELT 250Biomedical Instrumentation II3
PHY 121Technical Physics3
ELECTIVEIAI Social and Behavioral Science Elective3


ELT 210Supporting Computer Operating Systems3
ELT 215IOT and Embedded Systems3
ELT 218Introduction to Network Technologies3
ELT 220Special Projects in Electronics3
ELT 280Biomedical Instrumentation III3

Total Hours for Degree66

Notes and Information

Fall Only CoursesSpring Only Courses
ELT 111ELT 103
ELT 151ELT 112
ELT 200ELT 150
ELT 214ELT 170
ELT 250ELT 210
ELT 215
ELT 218
ELT 220
ELT 280
  1. Requires a grade of “C” or higher. ↩︎

The Biomedical Electronics Technology Program is a minimum of 66 credit hours. Please use our Tuition and Fees page to calculate your approximate cost.

*Students will be responsible for additional classroom materials and tools.

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John A. Logan College Electronics Programs are education members of:

Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation®
901 N. Glebe Road, Suite 300
Arlington, VA 22203 

John A Logan offers a seamless transfer to the next step in your educational journey for many of our programs. Our academic programs prepare you for what you will need to transfer to a four-year college or university. When you have selected the college where you would like to transfer, it is important to review their specific admission and course requirements. John A Logan College has many articulation agreements with various colleges.

Transfer Planning – John A. Logan College (

  1. Technical Knowledge: Graduates should demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of fundamental electronics principles.
  2. Troubleshooting and Problem-Solving: Graduates should be able to identify, diagnose, and troubleshoot electronic components and systems, using appropriate tools and techniques to solve technical issues.
  3. Experiential Skills: Graduates should possess practical electronics skills and demonstrate proficiency in the use of electronic test equipment.
  4. Teamwork and Collaboration: Graduates should be prepared to work effectively in team settings, contributing their expertise to collaborative projects and tasks.
  5. Industry Standards and Regulations: Graduates should be aware of relevant industry standards, regulations, and best practices.

Electronics Faculty Contact

George Bricker

George Bricker

Assistant Professor of Electronics

Phone: (618) 985-2828 Ext. 8255
Office: G104C