Admissions Process


Admission is based on an individualized and holistic review process that will consider each completed application. Our goal is to select applicants who can contribute to our learning environment and can successfully complete our rigorous program. We consider a number of factors, including, but not necessarily limited to an Aptitude Test, interviews, prior academic education, work and life experience, and military service. When we review an application, we take the time and care to get to know each applicant as an individual.

The Associate of Applied Science Degree is comprised of 45 Semester Credit Hours of core and advanced technologies (BMET II Certificate) and 15 SCH of General Education. The 45 Semester Credit Hours (SCH) of specialized biomedical engineering technology courses (BMET II Certificate) are offered directly by Medisend College and taught by Medisend College faculty. General Education courses are offered by Medisend College faculty or may be taken  from an accredited institution of higher learning and submitted for transfer credit, subject to approval by the Office of the Registrar. 

CETT    1509 – AC/DC Circuits – 5 SCH
CETT    1429 – Solid State Devices – 4 SCH
BIOM    2301 – Safety in Healthcare Facilities – 3 SCH
ITSC     1325 – Personal Computer Hardware – 3 SCH
ITNW   1325 – Fundamentals of Networking Technologies – 3 SCH
BIOM   1355 – Medical Electronic Applications – 3 SCH
BIOM    1341 – Medical Circuits Troubleshooting – 3 SCH
BIOM    1309 – Applied Biomedical Equipment Technology – 3 SCH
BIOM    2339 – Physiological Instruments – 3SCH
BIOM*   1101- Biomedical Engineering Technology – 1 SCH
BIOM*   2270 – Fundamentals of Medical Equipment Management – 2 SCH
BIOM    1350 – Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging Systems – 3 SCH
BIOM    2331 – Biomedical Clinical Instrumentation – 3 SCH
BIOM*  2319 – Fundamentals of X-Ray & Medical Imaging Systems – 3 SCH
BIOM    2333 – Digital Radiography – 3 SCH
BIOM    2315 – Advanced Medical Networks – 3 SCH
BIOM    2343 – General Medical Equipment – 3 SCH

BMET II Certificate (45 SCH)

CETT    1509 – AC/DC Circuits – 5 SCH
CETT    1429 – Solid State Devices – 4 SCH
BIOM    2301 – Safety in Healthcare Facilities – 3 SCH
ITSC     1325 – Personal Computer Hardware – 3 SCH
ITNW   1325 – Fundamentals of Networking Technologies – 3 SCH
BIOM   1355 – Medical Electronic Applications – 3 SCH
BIOM    1341 – Medical Circuits Troubleshooting – 3 SCH
BIOM    1309 – Applied Biomedical Equipment Technology – 3 SCH
BIOM    2339 – Physiological Instruments – 3SCH
BIOM*   1101- Biomedical Engineering Technology – 1 SCH
BIOM*   2270 – Fundamentals of Medical Equipment Management – 2 SCH
BIOM    1350 – Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging Systems – 3 SCH
BIOM    2331 – Biomedical Clinical Instrumentation – 3 SCH
BIOM*  2319 – Fundamentals of X-Ray & Medical Imaging Systems – 3 SCH
BIOM    2333 – Digital Radiography – 3 SCH
BIOM    2315 – Advanced Medical Networks – 3 SCH
BIOM    2343 – General Medical Equipment – 3 SCH

General Education (15 SCH)

ENGL    1301- English Composition I  – 3 SCH
MATH   1314 – College Algebra – 3 SCH
               or MATH -1332 Contemporary Math – 3 SCH
PHIL     2306 – Introduction to Ethics – 3 SCH
PSYC    2301 – General Psychology – 3 SCH
*BIOL   1408 – Biology I – 3 SCH

*BIOL   1408 – offered as a 4 SCH course based on lab requirements.

Medisend College will evaluate all credits from all post-secondary institutions, colleges and university previously attended by a student, and may grant credit for college courses completed. 

Clock Hours: 240-256

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ARTEE MCDONALD

U.S. Navy Veteran,
GE Healthcare employee

“Medisend College has caring professionals who are there to help you understand the importance of maintaining medical equipment and more importantly why you are performing the task at hand: to protect and save lives!”