The Faculty of Engineering and Design’s Biomedical and Electrical Engineering program in the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering integrates life sciences with traditional electrical engineering topics. Graduates from the program can work in both medical and engineering fields.
The Biomedical and Electrical Engineering program is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board, allowing graduates to meet the educational requirements for registering as a professional engineer.
Learn the principles of electrical engineering and science as they apply to biotechnology and medicine. Understand the design of diagnostic and therapeutic devices, bioinstrumentation, automated signal and image analysis, computing and display devices and biometric data readout systems, and receive instruction in general electrical engineering.