This program prepares the student with the necessary knowledge and skills to gain employment as an engineering technician, field service technician, research and development technician, or production technician in the field of electronics and be able to advance to positions of increasing responsibility. This program will help the graduate prepare to take the examination to become a Certified Engineering Technician given by the Institute for Certification of Engineering Technicians. This program also allows incoming credit from approved Military Electronics Training Facilities.
Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program.
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School of Engineering, Aviation, & Public Service
Northeast Campus: (918) 595-7290
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, you will be able to:
- Manage medical equipment safety.
- Use a digital multimeter (DMM).
- Analyze anatomy and physiology as it relates to human sensors.
- Troubleshoot the major monitors used in a hospital.
- Analyze the operation of personal monitors as it relates to patient care in medical facilities.
- Troubleshoot patent analyzers using calibrated defibrillators or test equipment for proper usage.
- Analyze equipment faults power with a power safety analyzer in teams.
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Electronics majors will benefit from membership in the TCC Amateur Radio and Electronics Club and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) student branch at TCC. For more information see organization advisor Thomas Henderson in the School of Engineering and Applied Technology at the northeast campus.
View a semester-by-semester course plan of study on the Biomedical Equipment Technology Certificate Program Map.