You will be provided with study in both the theoretical and practical aspects of engineering, and the course builds on your previous experience and knowledge.
Topics cover areas such as physics, materials, mechanics, mathematics, project management and innovation, and a masters research project.
In addition, the Master of Engineering Science (Biomedical) may include topics in:
- analysis of engineering systems
- sensors and actuators
- human physiology
- physiological measurement
- control systems
- fluid mechanics
- solid mechanics
- biomedical instrumentation.