The BMET I Certificate Program is a 27 semester credit hour (624 clock hour) curriculum that covers the core technologies required for students pursuing work in biomedical equipment technology and engineering. Courses leading to the BMET I Certificate address medical device-related standards and protocols, clinical use of testing and diagnostic instruments, calibration techniques, engineering problem-solving methodologies, fire, chemical, biological and electrical hazards and related safety precautions, communication and customer support skills, management and leadership skills, and performance assurance-testing procedures. The BMET I Certificate program is taught via a block schedule of 18 weeks for student cohorts. Block enrollment ensures that students are progressing through the curriculum in the sequence that best equips them for each follow-on course, as laid out below. All courses include lecture and lab hours. All Medisend College courses in the BMET I count towards completion of the BMET II or the AAS.
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