Biomedical engineers want to improve healthcare. Achieving this involves being able to optimize available information, techniques and methods, and translate these into solutions a doctor can use. Such techniques could improve diagnosis, speed up the treatment process, or even allow patients to be treated before symptoms are noticeable.
Major Biomedical Engineering
In this course you will learn how to implement technological methods to solve biomedical questions. You will use analysis and synthesis methods from physics and chemistry, calculation methods from mathematics, modelling techniques from mechanical engineering, measuring and control systems from electrical engineering, and programming methods from computer science. Additionally, you will off course use your knowledge about the human body from biology.
Upon graduating, you will receive the degree of Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering.
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