DeVry University, National University, Southeast Technical Institute, East Tennessee State University and Florida State College are some of the schools with a biomedical technology program, as of 2015. The types of degrees and emphasis depend on the school, with degrees ranging from certificates to bachelors degrees.
The biomedical technology program at DeVry University is a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering Technology, which allows graduates to complete a full degree program with courses to repair and create biomedical equipment and devices for hospitals and other health care facilities.
The B.S. in Biomedical Engineering Technology at National University serves to provide a wide background in science and engineering, including physics, computer programming, mathematics and electronics.
Associate of Applied Science in Biomedical Equipment Technology from Southeast Technical Institute gives students with at least a two-year degree the opportunity to learn basic biomedical skills through coursework and a practical internship component.
East Tennessee State University has a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering Technology prepares students to work in a hospital upon the completion of 128 credit hours and standardized tests.
The Associate in Science in Biomedical Engineering Technology at Florida State College gives students the education for entry-level careers and offers opportunities to gain industry certifications upon graduation.