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Masters degrees in Biomechanical Engineering offer advanced study of the combinations of principles in mechanics and biological systems, particularly in medical contexts.
Courses range from taught MSc degrees, to research oriented MRes and MPhil programmes. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant engineering, science or technology subject.
Biomechanical Engineering can be applied to a range of industries, from medicine to agriculture, mechanics to ecosystems. Depending on your interests, you may specialise in various disciplines.
For example, students from a medical background may be interested in the production of artificial limbs, synthetic tissues and organs, neural engineering, and medical isolation.
Technology students might explore wearable technology to monitor health, sport rehabilitation mechanics, or even biofluid engineering and its primacy in aerospace engineering and robotics.
Alternatively, students with a scientific background might explore population modelling and biomass systems for ecosystems analysis, or agricultural engineering.
Careers in this field are highly varied. As well as working in industries mentioned above, your expertise could be applied to public policy, health administration and even legislation within government departments or industrial agencies.
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The MS in biomedical informatics at NYU School of Medicine’s Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences sharpens students’ practical skills in basic science, translational science, and medical research. Read more
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This course provides students with a thorough training in current clinically-used biomaterials and state-of-the-art research. Graduates will have gained knowledge and skills in the areas of specific materials design and testing for clinical application. Read more
Develop a unique understanding of cancer from a bioengineering perspective The MRes in Cancer Technology will equip you with skills to address tomorrow’s challenges in cancer using state-of-the-art technologies and physical sciences/mathematical approaches. Read more
Learn how to solve problems in biomedical engineering through this cross-disciplinary course Bioengineering is at the interface of engineering and medicine, advancing knowledge in engineering, biology and medicine, and improving human health through cross-disciplinary activities. Read more
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About this course This discipline was established in 1979，which was firstly set up in Peiyang University (Now known as Tianjin University, hereinafter referred to as TJU) and belongs to School of Precision Instrument and Optoelectronics Engineering. Read more
This international Master program offers a combined training of metagenomics and bioinformatics. Designed to meet the new challenge of analyzing complex “omics” data, it covers content at the interface of bioinformatics. Read more
By studying this course you will gain a strong foundation in modern bioengineering technology with a focus on biomaterials and biomechanics. Read more
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