A 4 year honours degree (or equivalent) from an accredited institution, usually in Engineering. Honours graduates from other disciplines such as Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Physiology, Biology, Medical Biophysics and Mathematics also considered.
At least an 80% over the final 2 undergraduate years.
Honours graduates from other disciplines may also be admitted but may be required to take additional courses to accommodate engineering deficits.
Students should contact the BME office to indicate their interest.
A master's degree in Biomedical Engineering.
Applicants with a master's degree in another area of engineering may also be admitted, but may have to take additional BME courses to make up for any deficits.
Students with exceptional undergraduate records may apply for the direct entry PhD program.