FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

The face-to-face residential BMET Certificate and Associate of Applied Science Degree Programs are taught at Medisend College in Dallas, Texas.

Yes. Due to COVID-19, Medisend College has transitioned to “remote” learning for its AAS and BMET Certificate Programs. Courses will resume in our classrooms and laboratories when we can be assured of the safety and well-being of our students, our college and our community.

Face-to-face classes in our laboratories are Monday-Friday 8:40-5:30 CST. 

Remote classes are Monday – Friday, 8:30-12:30 and 9:00-1:00 CST (depending on class start date) 

A typical class/cohort size may range anywhere from 6 to 12 students. All students are in a “cohort” class, whether in the face-to-face programs or remote programs, i.e. they begin together, progress through the program together, and complete the program at the same time. 

BMET I Certificate Program (27 SCH)
Tuition: $37,292
Admission Fee: $250
Total: $37,542

BMET II Certificate Program (45 SCH, includes BMET I) 
Tuition: $62,188
Admission Fee: $250
Total: $62,438

Associate Degree Program
– BMET II Certificate (45 SCH)
– General Education* (15 SCH)

*General Education courses may be completed at any accredited institution of higher learning (college or university) and applied as transfer credits towards the Medisend College AAS Degree. 

Private bedroom/bath in 2-bedroom, 2-bath furnished apartments are available to enrolled students for the duration of enrollment only.

Security deposits, insurance, and all utility bills paid. Apartments are only available with a 30-day notice and confirmation prior to enrollment.

Private bedroom/bath is $650 a month, plus a one-time application fee of $100. 

The BMET I Certificate Program face-to-face (Dallas) is 18 weeks.

The BMET II Certificate Program face-to-face (Dallas) is 27 weeks. 

The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology is 28 weeks or 7 months; it includes 27 semester credit hours (BMET I Certificate), 18 semester credit hours (BMET II Certificate) and 15 semester credit hours of General Education courses. 

General Education courses completed at an accredited institution of higher learning will be evaluated for transfer credits. 

Medisend College has a partnership agreement with the American Public University System (APUS) to accept all 60 semester credit hours of the Associate Degree into a Bachelor of Information Technology Management.

Yes. Our goal is to give you the best education and job placement opportunities possible. We will help you with your resume and introduce you to as many of our industry partners as possible. 

To be considered for admission into Medisend College of Biomedical Engineering Technology, applicants must meet the following requirements:

Admission Requirements

Online application
Aptitude Test
Proof of graduation from secondary school/high school

Required Documents
– Valid U.S. Visa that allows a student to participate in Medisend College Programs
– Photocopy of valid Passport information page
– Medical records with current immunization

Supplementary Documents
– College or university transcripts (if applicable)

To be considered for admission into Medisend College of Biomedical Engineering Technology, applicants must meet the following requirements:

Admission Requirements:
Online Application
Aptitude Test
Proof of High School graduation
College or University Transcripts (if applicable)

To be considered for admission into Medisend College of Biomedical Engineering Technology, applicants must meet the following requirements:

Admission Requirements

• Online Application 
• DD214*
• Joint Services Transcript*
• Certificate of Eligibility*
• College Transcripts*
• Aptitude Test

 *can be uploaded on the application

All Tuition and Fees can be paid by the combination of Post 9/11 GI Bill® (100%), the Yellow Ribbon Program and a General Richard B. Myers Matching Grant. There are no additional program costs to veterans who are qualified for the above benefits. 

Yes, while you are attending either program you will receive approx. $1929 a month from the VA as housing allowance. In the first month of each year (August-August) in which you attend full-time, you will also receive a one-time book allowance of $1,000.

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In the U.S. Armed Forces, separation means that a service member is leaving active duty, but not leaving the service entirely. Separation typically occurs when a service member reaches the date of his/her Expiration of Term of Service (ETS) and released from active duty, but still must complete military reserve obligations. Upon separation,  form DD214 is issued.

Date of Discharge (DOD) is the date when a service member completes his/her full military obligation and is discharged with a formal certificate of discharge.