Undergraduate study in Biomedical Engineering

What can you study in Biomedical Engineering?

A Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Biomedical Engineering is your first step towards a rewarding career. Core topics in this specialisation include:

  • Biological modelling, the use of mathematics, physiology, and computational tools to gain information on the biological functions of living organisms
  • Bioinstrumentation, the development of devices for recording and processing biological signals, and for controlling biological functions
  • Experimental methodologies towards gathering usable data on the structure, function and properties of living organisms and tissues

Expanding your knowledge beyond undergraduate study may involve pursuing a masters or PhD programme in Bioengineering, potentially under supervision of researchers from the Department of Engineering Science, the Auckland Bioengineering Institute, or a combination of both.

Courses

Find out more about specific courses and study pathways for your BE(Hons) in Biomedical Engineering with our Engineering Course Viewer.

Help and advice

For general student enquiries, please contact the Engineering Student Centre. You can also contact an academic adviser for specific questions.