Biomedical Engineering Technology Degree Program
Break into this field and make a difference in someone’s life. Our Biomedical Engineering Technology program brings together engineering and science, preparing you to design and implement hardware and software solutions for medical equipment and life-saving devices.
This on-campus program helps to:
- Design, construct and maintain sophisticated prepare you healthcare equipment
- Use engineering principles to analyze and facilitate technology innovation
- Leverage technology to solve complex biological and medical problems
It matters to you. And it matters to employers. Accreditation provides recognition. Establishes respect. And can help you stand out.
We're proud to offer Engineering Technology programs that are accredited* by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of ABET, www.abet.org.
This is a global mark of excellence, recognized and valued by employers and professional associations within the field Engineering Technology field. ETAC of ABET only awards accreditation to institutions that exhibit technical education excellence, so you can be confident in the quality of your engineering technology degree
And because employers value ETAC of ABET, it's a meaningful proof-point you'll be proud to add to your resume.
* The Biomedical Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology, Electronics Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology – Computers and Engineering Technology-Electronics programs are accredited, on-site by location or online, by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of ABET, www.abet.org. The most recent information on which programs are ETAC of ABET accredited at which locations is available in the Academic Catalog and at http://www.devry.edu/academics/accreditation.html.
Focusing on applying concepts and skills to real-world situations, DeVry's BMET curriculum may include these courses:
After exploring analog signal processing (ASP) and digital signal processing (DSP), students in this lab course will program ASP and DSP chips for applications in communications, control systems, digital audio processing, and digital image processing.
Introducing microprocessor interfacing to peripheral devices, this course covers basic input/output operations and specific peripheral devices, including A/Ds, D/As, keyboards, displays, and serial and parallel communication channels. Software (high-level and assembly) and hardware aspects of these devices are developed.