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    Do you enjoy tinkering with electronics? Are you interested in working in the medical field? A career in biomedical electronics could be a good choice for you.

    In this program, you’ll learn to install, calibrate, maintain and repair sophisticated medical equipment, such as defibrillators, heart monitors, medical imaging tools, operating tables and electronic wheelchairs. In addition to electronics, you’ll study the fundamentals of physics, chemistry, physiology, medical terminology, hospital ethics and hospital safety.

    Graduates of this program are prepared for job opportunities as entry-level biomedical equipment technicians in hospitals or other medical facilities.