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The modern medical program has led to the development of a wide range of novel engineering solutions to clinical problems. Examples of these developments range from orthopaedic implants such as total hip replacements to cardiovascular implants such as coronary stents (small wire frames inserted into the blood vessels around the heart). As a result of increased collaboration between engineers and physicians, the new discipline of biomedical engineering developed. Biomedical engineering is the fastest growing area of engineering.
Students following this programme can expect exciting and rewarding careers in the biomedical engineering industry, an industry that is undergoing major expansion internationally and in Ireland. The biomedical engineering industry in Ireland has manufacturing plants of major multinational companies, which generates the need for highly trained biomedical engineers.
This program will allow you to develop important skills in:
The programme has a common first year with academic programmes in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering and Design and Manufacturing Engineering. You will study modules in the areas of Engineering, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry for Engineers and Computer Science.
*Module availability may change from year to year.
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