* Biomedical engineering technology includes three courses at HCC:
* Electro-Mechanical-Fluidic Devices I covers the physics and interrelation between electrical, mechanical, fluidic and optical systems.
* Biomedical Instrumentation I teaches students to classify biomedical instruments into areas such as support, laboratory, diagnostic, patient monitoring, therapeutic, x-ray, etc.
* Biomedical Instrumentation II a theoretical-practical course which requires students to practice electronic and mechanical principles for maintenance and repair of biomedical equipment.
Master's degree or a Bachelor's degree and relevant experience.
Prefer prior teaching experience.
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2) Cover Letter