Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering
In the design of the Biomedical Engineering program from Near East University, subject related and social competences gained in Bachelor of Science degree program are deepened and modified.
|Part-time Duration:||1.5 years|
|Starting in:||September 2020|
|Tuition Fee:||€1,030 / semester|
|Location:||Near East University (Mersin, Turkey)|
The Biomedical Engineering program from Near East University leads to the acquisition of advance analytical and methodological competences. You can choose a programme with or without theses.
Upon completion of the MSc. in Biomedical Engineering, students will demonstrate the ability to:
- apply the rules of scientific research and ethics,
- discuss complex biomedical engineering issues as well as own research results comprehensively and in the context of current international research and present these in writing and orally,
- solve problems by systems analytical thinking both in subject specific and interdisciplinary concepts,
- combine specialised knowledge of various component disciplines,
- carry out independent scientific work and organise (capacity of teamwork), conduct and lead more complex projects,
- to assess the social and environment-related effects of their actions.
Objectives of the MSc. Degree Programme
Biomedical engineering is an interdisciplinary field of study, which is a combination of fields such as engineering, medicine, material science, basic sciences and veterinary medicine.
These interdisciplinary knowledges are applied to solve problems in medical diagnosis and therapy. Biomedical engineers work within the field of research & design, production, maintenance / repair and calibration activities of medical devices, and the life support systems. They also organize and manage health service units located in various institutions.
Producing innovative approaches to design high-tech medical devices, methods for measurements of physiological development medical data / signal, image processing and analysis, development of artificial organs are among the responsibilities of biomedical engineers.
- Advanced Tissue Engineering
- Advanced Biomedical Signal Processing
- Advanced Image Processing
- Advanced Bioinformatics
- Biomaterials for Medical Diagnosis and Therapy
- Advanced Artifical Organs
- Advanced Biomedical Instrumentation