The Biomedical Engineering Study Program is supported by primary engineering resources, as well as resources from medical and health, biology, mathematics, and natural science disciplines at UGM.
The curriculum is based on the International Engineering Alliance’s Washington Accord international standards. Graduates will be able to address difficult and open-ended issues in a multidisciplinary context using a design approach, notably in the fields of diagnosis, monitoring, and therapy in biomedical engineering from an engineering standpoint.
Basic Science Courses
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biomagnetis
Basic Engineering Courses
Programming, electronics, sensor and transducer, instrumentation & measurement
Biomedical Engineering Topics
Biomechanics, Biomedical Imaging, Bio-signal Processing, Image Processing, Biomaterial, Bioinformatics
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