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.
Michael Scanlon, a St. Petersburg College Student and Work Methods Specialist for Duke Energy, has come up with a new way for workers to stay safe.
SPC’s Engineering Technology degree prepares its graduates for careers in an in-demand field and may offer grant money to spring enrollees.
Check out these tips to help you safely take apart medical devices or any other general tear-downs of electronic devices.
These computer-aided design classes have been perfected for the college’s new live online format.
Tampa Bay Bridge to the Baccalaureate (B2B) student Ramiro Cabanas Garcia has received an invitation to attend the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) Onsite Experience at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in March 2020.
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.
This Duke Energy Foundation-sponsored workshop offered the opportunity to try CAD software and learn about applications and related classes at SPC.
SPC has partnered with The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International to advance the unmanned systems and robotics community in the Tampa Bay area.