Healthcare Technology Management Changes Curriculum

medical student looking at monitor, patient in MRI machine

The HTM (Healthcare Technology Management Program): BioMedical Equipment Technology program is a 2-year curriculum that trains students to repair the equipment in hospitals such as MRI and X-Ray machines, as well as bedside equipment for patients. This year, North Seattle College is making changes from the previous curriculum. The course AMA 119 (Survey of Human Anatomy and Physiology) is being dropped, and will be replaced by AMA117 (Introduction to Medical Vocabulary). AMA117 has increased its credit number from 3 credits to 5 credits, and will include the information from the previous AMA 119 course. 

Consider this great program for your career path!


Kristy Go, Student Cabinet Member