Certificate in Clinical Engineering

The Certificate in Clinical Engineering will prepare students to work in medical imaging-related jobs and disciplines.  Students will be provided the opportunity to pursue educational objectives beyond those normally associated with their academic major in engineering.  Certificate holders will be trained to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the operational evaluation of biomedical and health systems and products, such as integrated biomedical imaging systems, instrumentation, medical information systems, and health management and patient care delivery systems.  Certificate holders will gain expertise in medical imaging technology, healthcare business acumen, customer relationship management, and specific modality operation and troubleshooting.

Requirements

The 16 credit hour Certificate in Clinical Service Engineering will be offered as a stand-alone, online certificate.  Many of the courses offered for the certificate program may be counted towards technical elective requirements for graduation within the students major.

Required Courses
BME 4001Topics in Biomedical Engineering 4 separate courses 12
or BIOL_EN 4001 Topics in Biological Engineering
Elective Courses
BIOL_EN 4420Introduction to Biomedical Imaging3
BIOL_EN 4570Fluorescent Imaging3
BIOL_EN 4770Biomedical Optics3
BME 4970Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Magnetic Resonance Imaging3

Contact

Charles Darr, Director of Undergraduate Studies
254 Agricultural Engineering Building
Department of Biomedical, Biological and Chemical Engineering (BBCE)
(573) 882-7044
DarrCM@missouri.edu