Medical technology often encompasses a wide range of disciplines and learning. It is usually heavily research focused. Students may find they have a variety of options upon graduation. Medical technicians may be found working in laboratories, research posts, teaching, public health or pharmaceuticals.
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The Post Certification – Bachelor of Science in Imaging Technology is designed to build on the knowledge base of ARRT certified radiologic technologists from associate degree ... +
Biomedical Engineering (BME) is a multidisciplinary field that incorporates engineering and science concepts to solve many problems in human health and medicine.
SCIT's Biomedical Engineering program introduces students to the medical applications of engineering. Courses branch out from firm foundations in electronics and mathematics t ... +
The Mission of the North Idaho College Radiography Program is to provide a comprehensive didactic and clinical education, which prepares graduates with the skills necessary to ... +
Medical technology uses science to improve lives. A medical technology degree prepares you to have an instrumental career in medicine, whether it’s by identifying medical cond ... +
Students who earn Clarion University's 120-credit Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Sciences choose between the radiologic technology or ultrasound (sonography) concentra ... +
The concentration in Health Information Technology will develop professionals in the disciplines of classification systems, information protection, health informatics, and ana ... +
Our online Bachelor of Radiation Science Technology degree program is designed to promote marketability and career growth for candidates who hold an associate degree in medica ... +