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www.dtcc.edu \u2022 Delaware Technical & Community College

The Biomedical Electronics Technology takes you be yond the basics of
electronics and electricity into the world of advanced technical systems
associated with medical care. You will \ue000 nd this program valuable if
you want to develop the skills and the practical back ground necessary
to inspect, test, calibrate, and repair advanced medical equipment and
instrumentation, and to gain the interpersonal skills required to work
with medical personnel. Job opportunities are available with hospitals,
medical equipment companies, and other med i cal facilities.

What You'll Learn...

\u2022 Practical problem-solving and troubleshooting techniques
\u2022 Component identi\ue000 cation and analysis techniques
\u2022 Current circuit and systems identi\ue000 cation and analysis
\u2022 Advanced schematic and diagram analysis
\u2022 Medical test equipment applications

What You'll Earn...

\u2022 A competitive salary and excellent oppor tunities for advancement
\u2022 The opportunity to work on some of the most advanced electronic systems
\u2022 Employment as a biomedical electronics specialist, bio med i cal technical specialist, electrical

technician or biomedical engineering technician in hospitals, medical equipment companies, and
other medical facilities
\u2022 The credentials to become a biomedical electrical/electronics repair manager/su per vi sor
Why You'll Succeed...
\u2022 Many of the higher paying jobs, now and in the future, will be in a tech ni cal career \ue000 eld re-

quir ing an ed u ca tion beyond high school
\u2022 Employees with degrees tend to be more eligible for pro mo tion*
\u2022 Associate degree holders generally earn more than high school graduates*
\u2022 College credit may be awarded for relevant work experience
\u2022 Many credits from an Associate Degree may be applied toward a Bachelor Degree

*Statistics from U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Census
Electronics/Electrical Engineering Technology
Biomedical Electronics

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