18 Months - Associate of Specialized Technology Degree
Health care professionals rely on an array of critical electronic devices to diagnose and provide medical care for their patients. The proper operation of this equipment is vital.
In the Medical Equipment Technician career training program you will learn to install, calibrate, troubleshoot, and repair medical equipment. Combining this with medical terminology and physiology, computer networking, and biomedical equipment systems, you will work on a wide range of health-related monitoring, diagnostic, therapeutic, and surgical apparatus and instrumentation.
The hands on training at EIT was wonderful. The externship I completed was a helpful one.
We value our partnership with EIT. We have hired students from EIT.
The small class sizes at EIT gave the instructors the ability to give more individual attention. The faculty is also friendly and helpful.