ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE - BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS | MCC

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE - BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS

General Education and technical support Requirements

 

Course Required Credit Hours Grade
ENG 101 Writing I
3  
Quantitative Reasoning (Math) - MAT 126 Technical Algebra & Trig. or MAT 150 College Algebra 3  
Natural Sciences - PHY 171 Applied Physics 4  
Social & Behavioral Sciences (PSY 110 is recommended) 3  
Heritage or Humanities (PHI 110 is recommended) 3  
CIT 105 – Introduction to Computers (fulfills Computer/Digital Literacy requirement) 3  
AIT 1001 Basic Electrical Knowledge 2  
AIT 1101 Electrical Power Distribution 1  
BIO 135 Basic Anatomy & Physiology w/ Lab 3  
CIT 111 Computer Hardware and Software 3  
CIT 160 Introduction to Networking Concepts 3  
CIT 180 Security Fundamentals 3  

 

biomedical technology systems courses

Course Required Credit Hours Grade
BTS 100 Biomedical Technology Systems: A Career Perspective         1                 
BTS 110 Environmental Risks and Precautionary Measures for the BTS Service Professional         1
 
BTS 120 Essentials of Biomedical Electronics I         2
 

BTS 125 Essentials of Biomedical Electronics II

        2
 

BTS 130 Medical Equipment Management I

        2  

BTS 140 Science Principles Employed in Medical Technologies

        1
 

BTS 200 Patient Care Support and Management Systems            

        2
 

BTS 210 Diagnostic Medical Equipment and Non-Radiographic Imaging Modalities

        2
 

BTS 220 Laboratory Devices, Instruments and Analyzers

        2
 

BTS 230 Medical Equipment Management II

        2  

BTS 250 Introduction to Medical-Based IT Networks and Standards

        2
 

BTS 260 Radiographic Imaging Modalities

        2
 

BTS 270 Therapeutic Equipment Modalities I

        2  

BTS 275 Therapeutic Equipment Modalities II

        2  

BTS 280 General Care Monitoring and Instrumentation

        2
 

BTS 285 Critical Care Monitoring and Instrumentation

        2
 

BTS 290 Clinical Experience in Biomedical Technology Systems

        2