Compulsory modules on research methodology and research practice Innovation, Management and Research Methods (15 credits) Bioengineering Research Method (15 credits) Biomedical Engineering Principles (15 credits) Biomedical Statistics (15 credits) Dissertation (90 credits)
The two optional modules for each of the four offered streams are designed to suit students of different backgrounds. The optional modules are all designed to enhance the students’ knowledge or fill the student knowledge gaps on specific disciplines of bioengineering so that students are enabled to perform high quality research.
Stream A Biomedical Imaging and Image Processing (15 credits) Control Theory for Bioengineering (15 credits)
Stream B Biofluid Mechanics (15 credits) Advanced Biofluid Mechanical Research (15 credits)
Stream C Biomechanics and Biomaterials (15 credits) Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (15 credits)
Stream D Advanced Separation Science and Industrial Case Studies (15 credits) Process Instrumentation and Practice (15 credits)
The dissertation module starts early in the first year and last through the entire year. Students may not decide the specific dissertation title at the beginning of the year, but the desired research area (stream). The students can decide on the specific dissertation title at mid-term when they have gained further knowledge about the stream subject area. However, the intensive research activities only start from the second term once the exam period for the first term modules has finished.
A minimum of a 2.2 Honours degree from a UK institution; an equivalent overseas qualification; or an equivalent professional qualification in Engineering, biology or medically related discipline. Entry criteria are subject to change.
Recipient: Brunel University London
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