The Biomedical Engineer academic program has a practical approach that covers such areas as Biomedical Engineering, Clinical Engineering, Biomechanics, Biomaterials, and Medical Devices.Objective
To shape professionals with the necessary expertise for selecting, managing, maintaining, and designing technology for medical diagnosis and treatment through their understanding of the requirements of hospitals and medical centers and their ability to suggest adequate technological solutions to optimize healthcare.Student Learning Outcomes
- Integrates knowledge from the areas of Physics and Mathematics, Electronics, Computer Sciences, Basic Sciences and Mechanics with the specific knowledge from the different Biomedical engineering areas in order to set out medical problems in engineering terms, analyze and design biomechanical devices, and biomedical instrumentation, and to manage their life cycle in health institutions.
- Analyze and design mechanical systems which comprise pieces and mechanisms for their application in the analysis of biomechanical devices.
- Analyze and design electronic systems which comprise analogical and digital components, for their application in the analysis and design of medical instrumentation.