In the undergraduate degree program in Biomedical Engineering (IBI) you will find a practice-focused curriculum that encompasses different areas, including Clinical Engineering, Biomechanics, Biomaterials, and Biomedical Instrumentation.
Accreditations validate our program: CACEI and Level 1 CIEES.
Years running at UDEM.
Laboratories to perform course practices.
Specialty areas: Biomedical instrumentation, biomaterials, biomechanics, and clinical engineering.
Year professional internship/practicums during program.
We educate and train professionals who are capable of designing, managing, operating, and maintaining processes related to the application of technology to solve problems in the medical areas. You will have the capacity to understand the needs of health professionals and institutions in order to optimize and improve their resources.
Student Learning Outcomes
- You will integrate knowledge of engineering exact science and health into the specific competencies of the different areas of Biomedical Engineering in order to set out and solve health sector problems.
- You will analyze and design mechanical systems made up of parts and mechanisms that are applied in biomechanical devices.
- You will analyze and design electronic systems that comprise analog and digital component for their application in the analysis and design of medical instruments.
- You will process and manage administrative, operational, and research projects in health institutions.
Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering. Recognition of Official Validity of Studies (RVOE) granted by the Mexican Secretariat of Public Education in accordance with agreement 20090916 dated October 8, 2009. Effective as of February 2015.
In order to pursue this program, you must have:
- Creativity and cultivate imagination
- An interest in technology, reading, medical sciences and exact sciences
- A disposition to continuing education and learning
- A desire to cultivate skills to interact and communicate with people
- Spatial reasoning and scientific reasoning skills
Upon completion of the degree program, you will have developed the following knowledge:
- Basic sciences (Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Cell Biology).
- Medical sciences (human physiology and the hospital setting).
- Electronic engineering (analysis and design of electronic instrumentation).
- Biomedical Engineering (analysis, evaluation, and design of biomedical instrumentation, biomechanical and support devices for the disabled, and biomaterials).
- Management (Management of design projects and hospital technology).
Upon completion of the degree program, you will have developed the following skills:
- You will identify, lay out, and solve problems related to the measuring of physiological variables for medical diagnoses or medical therapies.
- You will evaluate, process, and design technology necessary for medical care.
- You will design training programs on the use of medical equipment for health personnel.
Upon completion of the degree program, you will have developed the following attitudes:
- Ethical in your professional sphere, having the safety of your patients as a priority.
- Respectful of the dignity of people, both healthy and diseased.
- A leader oriented to improving health services.
- Collaborative and with a spirit for team work, reflected in your professional support to members of your trade and people of other professions.
- Committed to pursuing continuing learning.
Field of work
As a graduate of the program in Biomedical Engineering, you will be able to work as a(n):
- Biomedical Engineer
- Consultant with medical institutions
- Quality engineer
- Designer of medical products
- Clinical engineer
- Rehabilitation engineer
- Product specialist
- Service engineer
- Medical equipment distributor
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