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Simulation Technology Program – Associate of Applied Science Degree

Simulation in healthcare is an exciting field that provides a simulated environment with the used of high-fidelity manikins that breath, blink, talk, bleed, and sweat. Many medical procedures can be performed on the realistic manikins in real time to simulate the real-life experience of patient care.

The Medical Simulation Associate in Applied Science degree prepares students for entry-level employment in simulation centers and laboratories. Simulations are beneficial to all levels of healthcare providers, first responders, and military personnel.

To meet the growing need for training simulation professionals, the Simulation Technology program will develop students who can implement simulation scenarios, conduct manikin programming, establish maintenance standards, develop interpersonal relationships, and promote community engagement. Upon completion of the Medical Simulation Associate in Applied Science degree, students are prepared to take industry certification exams validating their skills.

 

Did you know:

  • Many previous college credits may transfer to BBCC
  • The certificate program is a fast-track program to get students out into jobs as early as 6 months after starting.
  • Online course provides accessibility for long-distance learners.
  • Course labs are 1 weekend a quarter.
  • Students can pursue rewarding careers in healthcare and education upon completion.
  • BBCC is the first to offer a Medical Simulation degree in Washington state.
  • Tuition is affordable
  • Our program offers excellent preparation for Certification exams

 

Certificate available:

  • 5 course, 20 total certificate credits
  • Requires an Associate’s Degree or higher in order to complete the stand-alone certificate
  • Designed for those currently working with simulation and healthcare
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