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Biomedical

Specialisation (formal)Year: 2017

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Overview

Biomedical engineers bridge the gap between technology, medicine and biology. Within this specialisation, students choose to focus on areas including biomechanical engineering, bioengineering, bioinformatics, biocellular engineering, biosignals, neuroengineering and clinical engineering.

Students also benefit from the high standing of services provided by the University and the Melbourne School of Engineering for biomedical innovation.

Intended learning outcomes

To produce graduates who are skilled in biomedical engineering principles and have the ability to apply them to complex, open-ended engineering tasks and problems.

Last updated: 07 April 2017