|Faculty:||School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science
|Degree:||Diploma; Online; Advanced
|Field of Study:||Biomedical Technology/Technician
|Description:||Centennial College's Biomedical Engineering Technology program has been designed to meet the need for qualified professionals caused by the merger between the biomedical equipment industry and the engineering and scientific disciplines. These collaborations have created innovations beneficial to both the health care system and society, and they require the industry to meet the challenge of offering a range of quality products. Artificial organs, prostheses and medical instruments wouldn't exist without biomedical engineering.
Providing an optimum balance between theory and hands-on labs, this engineering program covers various principles in the design of medical equipment, rehabilitation and health improvement devices, including: Electronics, Microcontrollers, Computers, Engineering, Chemical, Biology, Medicine.
This course will be offered with hybrid delivery. Hybrid programs combine the best of both worlds: hands-on experience in our labs on campus, and remote access to virtualization software, plus recordings of our laboratory activities. Some courses are held in labs, but the first semester can be completed at a distance for those unable to travel. Students studying hybrid programs in Toronto will have scheduled lab activities on-campus in the fall and winter semesters. Students studying hybrid programs online will have access to new simulation software, virtualization software and recorded virtual lab demonstrations to gain in depth knowledge. If students are unable to travel to Canada, the first semester of 30 programs can be completed online (including online and hybrid options).
|Cost per year:*||
This cost estimate is based on two semesters, and includes incidental fees.