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Best Schools for Aspiring Biomedical Equipment Technicians

Learn about the top schools for aspiring biomedical equipment technicians. See school distinctions, degree options and school locations, and compare similarities and differences between programs to make an informed education decision.

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Biomedical Equipment Technicians can get the training they need through associate's degree programs. Relevant programs can be found at community colleges and technical schools around the country.

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The following schools represent some of the best academic options in the nation for biomedical equipment technicians. They include both theoretical coursework and lab experience to familiarize students with the kind of equipment they'll work with on a daily basis. Read on for more information about the curriculum included in these programs, as well as a list of similar schools with good biomedical equipment technology degrees.

Southwestern Community College in Sylva, North Carolina

School Highlight: This programs offers a direct line to employment in the field.

Aspiring biomedical equipment technicians can pursue an associate's degree program in Medical Laboratory Technology. Students will conduct clinical laboratory procedures in microbiology, hematology and chemistry. Laboratory testing procedures are also emphasized in tissues, body fluids and blood. Graduates will be permitted to take an exam offered by the Board of Certification of the American Society of Clinical Pathology. The program is offered to be taken online. Only residents of Georgia and North Carolina are eligible for this MLT program.

Texas State Technical College in Waco, Texas

School Highlight: The school boasts the fact that a high percentage of graduates find employment in the field within a short span of time.

The school offers the Associate of Science in Biomedical Equipment Technology. There is also an Enhanced Skills Certificate in Medical Imaging Specialization, which can be acquired only after completing the A.S. in Biomedical Equipment Technology degree program.

Broward College in Fort Lauderdale, FL

School Highlight: The engineering technology programs at this school, including biomedical engineering technology, emphasize hands-on lab learning.

Students at Broward College can enroll in an Associate of Applied Science in Biomedical Engineering Technology program. Over the course of this two-year program, students take general education courses, as well as technical courses in subjects such as microprocessors and DC circuits. They also gain familiarity with anatomy, physiology and medical terminology. Prior to graduation, students complete a biomedical engineering technology internship.

Top Biomedical Equipment Technician Schools

Aspiring technicians may also find relevant training at the following institutions:

  • Florida State College in Jacksonville, FL, offers an A.S. in Biomedical Engineering Technology.
  • Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis offers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering programs.
  • Miami Dade College in Miami, FL, is the largest school of higher education in the U.S.
  • Milwaukee Area Technical College in Milwaukee, WI offers an associate's degree program in Biomedical Electronics Technology.
  • At Owens Community College in Perrysburg, OH, biomedical electronics majors earn an A.A.S. degree.
  • At Riverside Community College in Riverside, CA, courses in biomedical electronics are offered in a hybrid format that combines online courses and lab sessions.

Students who want to become biomedical equipment technicians can find associate-level programs that include training both the theoretical concepts and practical skills needed for success in the field.

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