B.Sc. in Biomedical engineering Koszalin University Of Technology
Biomedical engineering constitutes a new interdisciplinary field that combines technical, medical, and biological sciences. Biomedical engineering is the application of modern engineering solutions to medicine for healthcare purposes. Biomedical engineering and genetic engineering are the two fields that currently impact most decisively on progress in medicine. The growing importance of studies in biomedical engineering results from the fact that specialists in this discipline are needed to develop both technology and medicine.
Program of studies includes courses in exact, technical, and medical sciences. Graduates of biomedical engineering will be equipped with knowledge in medical propaedeutic, biomechanical engineering, engineering of biomaterials, biomedical informatics, and medical electronics. They will know how to use modern diagnostic medical equipment and select and operate medical imaging equipment. Graduates will also possess good information technology management skills.