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Medical Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering

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Application for winter semester 15.05. To 30.09.

In principle, practical application is in the foreground during the six semesters of the Bachelor's programme. However, this does not mean that theoretical basics can be dispensed with. These are taught in the first semesters of the programme. This includes, for example, modules in the basic sciences such as mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology.
In the following semesters, you will specialise in medical technology subjects. By selecting various elective modules in the 5th semester, you can deepen your knowledge in subjects that match your interests and preferred future fields of work.
In the 6th semester, a practical module follows, which is carried out in a company or in a university-internal/external research institution. Here you work on an engineering task from professional practice under supervision. Finally, you deal with a corresponding topic as part of your Bachelor's thesis.

Module overview

  • Mathematics I
  • Physics I
  • Technical English I
  • Computer Science I
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Chemistry I
  • Biology
  • Mathematics II
  • Physics II
  • Technical English II
  • Computer Science II
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electronic Components
  • Anatomy/Physiology
  • Signal and System Analysis
  • Biophysics 1
  • Construction
  • Production Engineering
  • Analogue circuit technology
  • Medical Device Law
  • Software Tools
  • Fundamentals of measurement technology
  • Fundamentals of control engineering
  • Digital circuitry/microprocessor technology
  • Fundamentals of Laboratory and Analytical Measurement Technology
  • Biomedical technology - diagnostic procedures
  • Technical safety/quality assurance
  • Basics of Medical Measurement Technology
  • Basics of medical electronics
  • Ionising radiation
  • Clinical laboratory and analytical measurement technology
  • Biomedical engineering methods of therapy
  • Elective module(s)
  • Practical module
  • Bachelor thesis

Contact

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general consulting
Central Student Advisory Service
  • 01.00.13/14
course consulting
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sebastian König
  • 02.01.02