- BME1010 Y: Graduate Student Seminar Series
- BME1405 H: Clinical Eng. Instrumentation I
- BME1450 H: Bioengineering Science
- BME1436 H: Clinical Engineering Surgery
- BME1439 H: Clinical Engineering Instrumentation II
- JPB1022H: Human Physiology as Related to Bioengineering *
- BME4444 Y – Practice in Clinical Engineering
- RST9999 Y – Research Thesis
BME4444 Y – Practice in Clinical Engineering
The final evaluation of the performance of the student will be conducted by an Evaluation Committee based on a formal Intern Evaluation, the Summary Report of the student's experiences for each internship period, and an oral presentation of the Summary Report.
Clinical Engineering Practice is the management of modern health care technology.
This course provides practical experience in the practice of clinical engineering. 1225 internship hours are required for completion.
Topics to be covered include in-service education, departmental management, equipment acquisition, equipment control, equipment design, facility planning, information systems, regulatory affairs, safety program, system analysis and technology assessment/evaluation.This course is exclusive to Clinical Engineering students only.