You’ll study disciplines such as:
- rehabilitation engineering – prosthetic / orthotic devices
- biomaterials and implant design
- tissue engineering and wound repair for artificial organs
- genomic coding and genetic engineering
- medical technology – design and manufacturing
All teaching is informed by the latest research, and is delivered by experienced medical engineers and clinical scientists. You’ll also gain professional insight from leading industry partners, and hands-on practical experience in our state-of-the-art engineering laboratories.
The first three years of the MEng course share the same curriculum as the BEng. The final fourth year provides additional focused study, and enables you to emerge with a masters degree.