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.
Modes of Instruction
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