Biomedical Equipment Technology II Proficiency Certificate

Looking for a program that will give you the training necessary to enter the workforce of an in-demand field? Biomedical Equipment Technicians (BMETs) are health care professionals who test, maintain and repair medical equipment. As a BMET, you could work for a hospital, medical device manufacturer, or third-party hospital vendor, fixing and testing a wide range of medical devices and clinical applications. The program starts with the Biomedical Equipment Technology I Proficiency Certificate, and those who complete this certificate can continue their education with the Biomedical Equipment Technology II Proficiency Certificate.

Upon receiving your proficiency certificate, you may enter the workforce, or your courses may be applied to the Applied Science and Engineering Technology associate degree program, and then transfer to a four-year college.

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Biomedical Equipment Technology—it’s one of the 5 best jobs you’ve never heard of, according to Money Magazine. Imagine a career where you can play a major role as part of a health care team, ensuring that emerging medical technologies are in top form so nurses and doctors can provide the best possible patient care. Biomedical equipment technicians work in medical centers, hospitals and large clinics, or for medical equipment manufacturers. Join us for an information session to take your first step toward a career in biomedical equipment technology.

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Medical Equipment Repairer – est. salary $53,096*


**EMSI Data, 2018; Philadelphia County, PA; a percentage of people in these jobs may have a bachelor's degree or higher.

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Courses and Completion Sequence

The following courses and sequence of courses is designed for the optimal success and completion of the Biomedical Equipment Technology II Proficiency Certificate degree/certificate. Any alterations should be discussed with your academic advisor.
Course Number and Name Credits Advisory Notes Course Type
BMET 201 - Medical Devices 4 credits Prerequisite for BMET 202
(with a “C” or better)
ELEC 124 - Semiconductor Devices 4 credits    
CIS 150 - Network Technology 4 credits Prerequisite for BMET 202
(with a “C” or better)
BMET 202 - Medical Devices in a Networked Environment 4 credits Prerequisite for BMET 203
(with a “C” or better)
ELEC 130 - Digital Electronics 4 credits Prerequisite for BMET 202, may be taken concurrently (with a “C” or better)  
BMET 203 - Biomedical Equipment Technology Internship II 3 credits    

General Education Requirements:

All general education requirements necessary for graduation are met through the courses in the program as indicated above. Students who wish to take courses that differ from the general education courses indicated above must complete a course substitution request form. To access the form, login to the MyCCP portal, and in the Student tab, under Electronic Forms, click on the Records and Registration Forms link, then choose Request For Course Substitution Of Graduation Requirement link. A more detailed explanation of the College’s general education requirements is also available.

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From the Field: Women in BMET

Adriana Gibson, Biomedical Equipment Technician at St. Joseph Mercy

"While being a stay home mom, I decided to get a college degree. With my background in electronics, Biomedical Equipment Technology seemed a good fit. Within few months after graduation with an associate degree, I got my first job as a Biomedical Equipment Technician. Working in this field is never a boring job. The verity of equipment is almost overwhelming. I love the continual education part of it. Every time I work on a new piece of equipment, I learn more about the technologies available to improve patient care."


Jennifer Collins, Director of Clinical Engineering at Mercy Health

"Everything about this field is exciting! I get to play with tools and the latest technology. I get to fix equipment that can have a huge impact on patients. It's an amazing feeling when I fix something and the Doctor/Nurse/Tech gets their diagnostic equipment back so they can get the patient on their healing journey. As a leader, I get to help guide the team in doing their very best, every day."