Undergraduate Biomedical Engineering courses
|BEng (Hons) Biomedical Engineering||H160|
|MEng Biomedical Engineering||H161|
Biomedical Engineering is an exciting new area of study that combines the University's rich heritage in mechanical and electronic engineering with the cutting edge science of anatomy, biomechanics and human physiology.
Our Biomedical Engineering courses were created in response to demand from the healthcare industry and tailored accordingly to meet the needs of prospective employers in this field. Placing a particular emphasis on product design, supporting the medical profession outside of hospital care.
Biomedical engineers are typically employed by medical equipment manufacturers, research organisations, universities and hospitals. They work with a wide range of medical, technical and administrative staff and at times patients.
Responsibilities of the job include producing and implementing designs; creating test procedures; analysing and interpreting data; designing, developing, testing and modifying products, equipment and devices. There are good prospects for promotion – particularly within the public sector where there are generally structured career paths and formal salary scales.
Our tutors have a wide range of specialist skills that will contribute towards and enhance your learning - all to help you get the best out of your degree.
Use the drop down option below to see the name of the tutors whose teaching will contribute towards your degree. You can also view their teaching, research and project areas and access a profile for each member of staff.