SPC’s new Medical Device and Networking certificate will quickly make students eligible for jobs in a fast-growing, well-paying field.
Biomedical Engineering Technology marries health care and electronics, preparing students for the opportunity to work on equipment in an environment where they can make a difference in someone’s life.
After researching and exploring different academic programs, Tracy Steinberg discovered the Biomedical Engineering Technology (BMET) program at SPC. She found that it appealed to her entrepreneurial spirit and would help her explore her mechanical aptitude. The program also supplied her with the opportunity to pursue her love of science.
Through a grant from the National Science Foundation, ten Biomedical Engineering Technology students attended the two day long Florida Biomedical Society Symposium.
Explore the world of medical technology and learn how to increase your technical skills as a Biomedical Engineering Technician at the Feb. 19 Biomedical Engineering Technology Open House.
“This is a great program for anyone who enjoys exploring technology and is interested in working in the medical field.” – Dr. Brian Bell, lead faculty in Biomedical Engineering at SPC
Consider a career in Biomedical Engineering Technology. This profession, a bridge between healthcare and technology, is your opportunity to truly make a difference in someone’s life.
Justin Bushko, who has 15 years experience in development, manufacturing and the service of medical devices, has volunteered to serve as the SPC program’s biomedical engineering technology advisory board chair.