|University Requirements:||14 Cr.Hrs.||6 Cr.Hrs.||20 Cr.Hrs.|
|General Field Requirements:||33 Cr.Hrs.||33 Cr.Hrs.|
|General Specialty Requirements:||64 Cr.Hrs.||3 Cr.Hrs.||67 Cr.Hrs.|
|Minor Specialty Requirements:||30 Cr.Hrs.||15 Cr.Hrs.||45 Cr.Hrs.|
|Total||141 Cr.Hrs.||24 Cr.Hrs.||165 Cr.Hrs.|
**The Student must perform field training for 10 weeks during his study duration for at least two separate periods not exceeding 6 weeks at a time each.
The link between engineering applications and basic sciences is of particular importance. The biomedical engineering program focuses on basic medical physics related to new technologies, as well as applied to practical problems in human health.
- The graduate’s ability to mix biology and other physical sciences, such as non-destructive ones by nature, to study biological molecules, cells and tissues for disease detection, diagnosis and treatment.
- Graduate’s participation in the development and application of micro and micro sensors to detect DNA, proteins, viruses and other biological materials.
- Coordination with related engineering disciplines
- Designing biomedical equipment and devices, such as artificial internal organs, replacements for body parts, and machines for diagnosing medical problems.
- Installing, adjusting, maintaining, repairing, and provide technical support.
- Manufacturing of medical equipment and supplies
- Research and development in the physical, engineering, and life sciences
- Navigational, measuring, electro medical, and control instruments manufacturing