M State’s new Cardiovascular Technology - Invasive AAS degree trains qualified students for high-demand careers within the rapidly advancing and fast-growing specialty of cardiovascular treatment.
The Cardiovascular Technology AAS degree prepares students to assist physicians in diagnosing and treating cardiac and peripheral vascular conditions. Students in the 60-credit degree program will be trained as highly specialized professionals in the use of current technology, physiological and diagnostic equipment and therapeutic procedures.
Training in emerging technologies prepares students for challenging career opportunities in cardiac catheterization labs and angiography suites at medical facilities.
The program is offered on M State's Moorhead campus.
This program is not being offered until at least Spring 2017.
Cardiovascular Technology - Invasive Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
The Cardiovascular Technology - Invasive program prepares the graduate to be a competent entry-level cardiovascular technologist in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skill) and affective (behavior) learning domains for invasive cardiovascular technology. Students will learn to assist physicians in diagnosing and treating cardiac, peripheral vascular, neurovascular and electrophysiological conditions using current technology, physiological and diagnostic equipment, and therapeutic procedures.
Admission to this program is competitive and requires a grade of C or better and a prerequisite GPA of 2.5 or better in the following courses to be considered for admission:
Contact M State for additional admission information
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