The Master of Engineering (Biomedical) is a 72-unit program offered by the College of Science and Engineering.
Students who have completed a relevant Bachelor of Engineering with honours may receive up to 36 units of credit towards the Masters degree.
Applicants normally must hold with an average grade of credit or higher:
Students without such a qualification should apply for the Graduate Diploma in Engineering Science.
The Dean (Education) may, under certain circumstances and subject to specific conditions, admit others who can show evidence of fitness for candidature.
Students who have completed a relevant Washington Accord accredited Bachelor of Engineering with honours or have passed the same topics in a Flinders University Master of Engineering Science may receive up to 36 units of credit towrds the Master of Engineering degree.
This program is provisionally accredited by Engineers Australia at the level of professional engineer. Full accreditation is normally granted when the first cohort of students graduate from the program.
Professional engineering courses accredited by Engineers Australia are recognised internationally under the Washington Accord. Once fully accredited, graduates will meet the academic requirements for attaining chartered professional engineering status.
The course has been designed to provide graduates with:
The course provides the foundations that will underpin ongoing professional development, preparing graduates for further study or for a career in an engineering related field or in other areas where the range of skills and knowledge acquired is needed or desirable.
On completion of the award, students will be able to:
To qualify for the Master of Engineering (Biomedical), a student must complete 72 units with a grade of P or NGP or better in each topic, according to the program of study below.
Students who have completed 36 units of the Master of Engineering (Biomedical) will be deemed eligible to exit with the award of Graduate Diploma in Engineering (Biomedical)
36 units comprising:
ENGR3750 Workplace Preparation** (0 units)
ENGR8732 Biomechanics GE (4.5 units)
ENGR8742 Biomedical Instrumentation GE (4.5 units)
ENGR9704 Project Management and Innovation (4.5 units)
ENGR9721 Control Systems GE (4.5 units)
ENGR9741 Physiological Measurement GE (4.5 units)
ENGR9742 Standards, Ethics and Compliance (4.5 units)
ENGR8771 Electronic Circuits GE (4.5 units) AND
ENGR9821 Signal Processing GE (4.5 units)
ENGR8791 Mechanics and Structures GE (4.5 units)
Plus one of:
ENGR8801 Fluid Mechanics GE (4.5 units)
ENGR9811 Solid Mechanics GE (4.5 units)
36 units comprising:
ENGR7781 Innovation in Medical Devices (4.5 units)
ENGR9405 Engineering Work Experience ** (4.5 units)
ENGR9700A Masters Thesis (4.5/18 units) AND
ENGR9700B Masters Thesis (4.5/18 units) AND
ENGR9700C Masters Thesis (4.5/18 units) AND
ENGR9700D Masters Thesis (4.5/18 units)
Plus 9 units of option topics
ENGR9710A Masters Project (4.5/9 units) AND
ENGR9710B Masters Project (4.5/9 units)
Plus 18 units of option topics
ENGR7701 Advanced Biomechanics (4.5 units)
ENGR7702 Biomaterials (4.5 units)
ENGR7707 Medical Physics (4.5 units)
ENGR7709 Real Time Systems (4.5 units)
ENGR7711 Advanced Control Systems (4.5 units)
ENGR7771 Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies (4.5 units)
ENGR7961 Finite Element Methods (4.5 units)
MMEDxxxx MMED topics with approval from the Course Coordinator (4.5 units)
** Students who can demonstrate equivalent work experience may apply for credit. If the completed work experience is recorded as 0 units students may be granted an exemption from ENGR9405 (4.5 units) but will be required to take an alternative topic. It is recommended that students undertake their placement between November and February after the completion of year 1.
***The Masters Thesis can only be taken by students who have achieved a credit average. Students are advised to discuss thesis ideas with suitable supervisors before selecting this option. Note that students who wish to use their Masters qualification to satisfy entry into a Flinders University research higher degree program are required to have completed an 18 unit thesis.
Students who have already completed studies with considerable overlap with topics listed above should choose alternative topics in discussion with the Course Cordinator.
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