University of Technology Sydney

SMJ10104 Biomedical Engineering

The Biomedical Engineering sub major introduces application of the principles and problem-solving techniques of engineering to medicine and biology. As evident throughout healthcare, from diagnosis and analysis to clinical treatment and recovery, biomedical engineering has entered the public conscience though the proliferation of implantable medical and assistive devices, to more futuristic technologies such as microfluidics, the 3-D printing of biological organs, and sequencing technologies for clinical applications. The sub major facilitates students' understanding of biomedical engineering in industry, hospitals, research facilities, teaching and government regulatory agencies.

Completion requirements

42721  Introduction to Biomedical Engineering  6cp
Select 18 credit points of options:  18cp
42001  Bioinformatics 6cp 
49261  Biomedical Instrumentation 6cp 
42026  Biomedical Polymers 6cp 
42906  Biomedical Signal Processing 6cp 
91132  Molecular Biology 6cp 
49275  Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic 6cp 
Total  24cp