Educational Objectives & Competencies
- Educational Objectives
Foster talented individuals skilled in technological practices and theoretical knowledge of medical engineering.
Nurture experts able to perform technological convergence and coordinate different disciplines.
Cultivate world-class biomedical engineers to identify demands for clinical medicine and develop new technologies.
- Core Competencies
Basic Sciences (40%):
Basic Sciences Education in physics, chemistry and biology, which are the foundation of the biomedical engineering field.
Biomedical Engineering Fundamentals (30%):
Fundamental education based on the basic science necessary for the principles and application of biomedical engineering.
Biomedical Engineering Application (30%):
Teaching of practical application principles in the medical engineering field, which is strongly dependent on complex convergence technology.
- Basic Sciences (40%):
- Selective Competencies
Using Micro technology to learn the principles of Biomedical instruments, and to put them into practice
Using Nano technology to learn the principles of Biomedical instruments, and to put them into practice
Medical Optics :
Learning the principles of medical optical instruments, and putting them into practice
Learning the principles of the types of biomaterial and their interactions with human physiology, and putting these principles into practice
Electronics for biomedical applications :
Learning the principles of electronics, and putting them into practice
Medical Imaging :
Learning the principles of medical imaging, and putting them into practice
Structural Engineering :
Learning the biological principles of structure regeneration, and putting them into practice
- Microtechnology :