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Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Medical Device Cybersecurity Certificate

Are you interested in learning more about medical device vulnerabilities, threat detection and mitigation?

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Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and

the Medical Device Innovation, Safety, and Security Consortium 

have partnered to offer a Purdue University Certificate in this specialized area

The coursework includes 4 courses:

  • CIT 203 -- 3 credits Information Security Fundamentals - no pre-requisite knowledge
  • HETM 202 -- 3 credits Networking and Data Communication for Healthcare Equipment – pre-requisite is a fundamental knowledge of electronics. Working professionals easily meet this pre-req as part of their entry-level competencies.
  • HETM 302 -- 3 credits Interoperability of Healthcare Devices – pre-requisite is HETM 202
  • HETM 402 -- 3 credits Healthcare Device System Security – pre-requisite is HETM 302 and the equivalent of HETM 325, exploring medical devices. Working professionals easily meet this pre-req as part of their entry-level competencies.
     

Designed for technicians who support the safe and effective use of medical technology,
each course will feature approximately 40 hours of content and laboratory work spaced over 15 weeks
All offered online – no campus visits required.

Non-credit trainingClick here!

To apply:

Deadlines: fall semester start: May 1, Spring semester start: November 1
Admission requirements: must have completed at least 26 credits from any regionally accredited college or university OR be a veteran. 
If you are a veteran, please contact the program director for admission information

Visit www.apply.iu.edu to complete the application.

For more information, contact:
Barbara Christe, PhD
Program Director, IUPUI
Healthcare Engineering Technology Management
bchrist2@iupui.edu