Biomedical Engineering Technology (EET Option) - Overview

biomedical students and instructors working in class

Our Electronic Engineering Technology program and its Biomedical Engineering Technology option are at an institution accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges Commission. In addition, PCC offers unique flexibility with day and evening EET courses and quality instruction from certified biomedical electronics technicians who work at local hospitals. We provide in-house tutoring services and other support in our patient learning environment. For first-year students, PCC offers EET day classes for fall terms and evening EET classes during winter terms. Second-year students take alternating day and evening classes.

Academic Overview

  • Our diversified courses, coupled with state-of-the-art technology and equipment, offer you a unique and affordable way to learn the skills that enable you to become an engineering technician.
  • As a graduate of PCC’s Biomedical Engineering Technology option, you’ll combine the theoretical knowledge, practical skills and teamwork required to be a valued member of the industry.
  • The Biomedical Engineering Technology option prepares students to pass the recommended Certificate of Biomedical Engineering Technology (CBET) exam.
  • Our instructors’ industry experience ensures that you receive training that’s practical, efficient and effective.

Before entry into the EET program, students must:

  • Attend an advising interview with Linda Browning, EET advisor.
  • Take COMPASS test. (See catalog for required placement test scores.)
  • Possess basic computer skills with the Windows operating system, word processing and spreadsheets.