Practical parts are central in the courses to prepare students for working life. The ambition is reinforced by involving physicists and engineers in the education, and that the hospital's high-tech equipment is used in the laboratory work. Advanced biomedical technology is used in Today's healthcare and the goal is to educate engineers who can work in med-tech industry or medical care.
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Biomedical Engineering, 10 credits
Physiologic Monitoring System, 7.5 credits
Applied Digital Signal Processing, 7.5 credits
Applied medical imaging, 7.5 credits
Medical device safety and risk management, 4.0 credits
Distance course in Biomedical Engineering, 7.5 credits