Biomedical Engineering has enormous potential to make a positive impact on human health.
Biomedical engineers address healthcare problems from a unique perspective, blending an understanding of biomedical science with specialist knowledge of engineering techniques and problem-solving skills.
You will focus on human systems, the design and operation of devices and processes, and the application of engineering skills to new medical treatments, instruments and machines.
Our reputation for biomedical innovation in areas such as medical bionics, prostheses and tissue engineering, ensures you are learning from leaders in the field, who are working on exciting projects aimed at solving major health dilemmas.
The Master of Engineering (Biomedical with Business) will lead to a formal qualification in biomedical engineering at the Masters level.
Step into the world of medical device development through BioDesign Innovation, an interdisciplinary biomedical engineering subject, where you work in a team with MBA students to create a prototype and develop a supporting business plan.
Master of Engineering (with Business)
The Master of Engineering (with Business) is designed to provide students with a formal qualification in engineering at the masters level, with a business specialisation that recognises the need for engineers to understand the management and workings of modern professional organisations.
Students who undertake the Master of Engineering (with Business) replace five advanced technical electives with five business subjects that have been tailored specifically for engineering students and co-developed with Melbourne Business School.
Graduates will have a grounding in financial, marketing and economic principles enabling them to work efficiently in any organisation, as well as the ability to apply the technical knowledge, creativity and team work skills learnt in their engineering training. This combination of knowledge and skills will be a powerful asset in the workplace.
- Combine a technical specialisation with exposure to the business and management skills that can help fast-track your career.
- Benefit from subjects co-developed by Melbourne Business School and tailored specifically for engineering students.
- Tight integration of subjects ensures that you understand the business side of engineering applications.
- Be empowered with strong technical skills, as well as the business skills to understand how organisations work.
Biomedical engineers: develop new drug therapies; study the electrical and/or mechanical activity of organs such as the brain, heart, muscle and bone; build artificial organs, limbs, heart valves and bionic implants to replace lost function; develop orthopaedic devices to treat bone and joint conditions; and grow living tissues to replace failing organs.
Employment opportunities exist in the biotechnology, biomedical, pharmaceutical, medical device and equipment industries, in research and innovation, in the health services and hospitals, in government and consulting, and for companies such as Cochlear, Sanofi, Cell Therapies, Compumedics, GlaxoSmithKline and Zimmer Biomet.
This Master of Engineering (with Business) degree is professionally recognised under EUR-ACE®. Graduates can work as chartered professional engineers throughout Europe.
This Master of Engineering (with Business) degree is provisionally accredited by Engineers Australia. In line with Engineers Australia policy on granting accreditation to new courses, full accreditation cannot be granted until sufficient students have graduated from the program. Once full accreditation has been granted, it will be back-dated to include all graduates from the start of the program.
Accrediting Agency: ASIIN
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