Biomedical Engineering

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By providing a firm foundation in biological sciences as well as core competencies required of electronics engineering technologists, DeVry's Biomedical Engineering Technology program prepares graduates to enter the workforce as technical professionals with competencies in bioengineering processes and tools. BMET graduates play essential roles on the biomedical team, typically ranging from developing and maintaining healthcare equipment to designing and implementing hardware and software solutions to biological or medical problems.
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biomechanics, biomedical engineering, biomedical materials, biosensors, biotechnology, computer simulation, computer systems, diagnostic imaging, electrocardiography, electromyography, engineering, imaging systems in medicine, magnetic resonance imaging, medical equipment, nanotechnology, simulation methods & models, technological innovations, ultrasonic imaging

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