Medical engineering students learn to be involved with the design, development, testing and implementation of safe and effective technological solutions for the health and medicine industry. Depending on their area of specialisation, a medical engineering graduate could study how to work with biomechanical devices, surgical equipment, nanotechnology drug delivery systems and diagnostic tests, prosthetic limbs, artificial organs, or electrical and computing systems relating to radiotherapy, respiration or dialysis.
Medical engineers work in hospitals and other medical institutions, health-related manufacturing and technology companies, pharmaceutical companies, and research organisations.
- Medical Devices Engineer
- Biomechanics Designer
- Medical Imaging Engineer
- Biosignal Processing Engineer
- Bachelor of Medical Engineering (Honours)