This course provides taught modules for the students to fill knowledge gaps within the specific bioengineering disciplines; provides substantial training on performing research in their chosen area; exposes students to the day'to'day research activities of our leading research groups and provide them with the opportunity to carry out their dissertation research on a chosen project for most of their study period. Course subject to approval.
Modules include: innovation, management and research methods; bioengineering research method; biomedical engineering principles; biomedical statistics; dissertation. Optional modules: biomedical imaging and image processing; control theory for bioengineering; biofluid mechanics; advanced biofluid mechanical research; biomechanics and biomaterials; tissue engineering and regenerative medicine; advanced separation science and industrial case studies; process instrumentation and practice.
Course Additional Entry
A minimum of a 2.2 Honours degree from a UK institution; an equivalent overseas qualification; or an equivalent professional qualification in engineering, biology or medically related discipline.
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