Graduate Courses

Expand Your Knowledge

We offer a range of graduate level courses aimed at teaching the skills and knowledge needed to develop new biomedical technologies. The following is a list of courses the School of Biomedical Engineering offers. Students must contact the course instructor to determine the date, time, and location of the class if it is not listed on the online academic timetable. Students may also take a limited number of courses from other departments including undergraduate courses.

 

Courses Offered in 2021/2022

     

FALL TERM          

Course Description

 

Course Time

Instructor

BMNG 5020 Cell and Molecular Biology 

 

John Frampton
BMNG 5060* Introduction to Biomedical Technologies in Clinical Settings   Michael Dunbar
BMNG 5110 Biocompatibility and Biomaterials Design   Michael Lee
BMNG 5210 Biomedical Instrumentation, Data Acquisition and Analysis   Rob Adamson
BMNG 5410 Directed Readings    
BMNG 5420 Directed Readings    
BMNG 5430 Directed Readings    
     

WINTER TERM      

Course Description

 

Instructor

BMNG 5060 Introduction to Biomedical Technologies in Clinical Settings   Michael Dunbar
BMNG 5120 Biomechanics of Physiology and Surgical Implant Design    Michael Lee
BMNG 5230 Biomedical Signal Analysis and Modeling     Geoff Maksym
BMNG 5260 Principles of Medical Imaging   Jeremy Brown
BMNG 5410 Directed Readings - Microscale Tissue   John Frampton
BMNG 5270 Advanced Cardiovascular Physiology   Alex Quinn
BMNG 5420 Directed Readings    
BMNG 5430 Directed Readings       
       

*Students may take courses outside of BMNG listed courses for their program. For the MASc program 2 can be counted towards the 6-course requirement. BMNG 5060 is a not-for-credit, pass/fail course that can be taken by students who wish to connect with a clinical mentor for increased exposure to the clinical environment. For further information, please contact Dr. Michael Dunbar

BMNG 541054205430 can be taken in either the Fall or the Winter term. A supervisor may create a readings course for his or her student on a specialized topic. Please consult with your supervisor if you would like to register for a directed readings course.

 

 

Mandatory courses in the Fall 2021

Course Number

Course Name

Who should register

**REGN 9999

Registration Course Graduate

All students

BMNG 5500

 

MASc Seminar

MASc students if you have not passed your Seminar

BMNG 5510

MASc Thesis Proposal*

MASc students if you have not PASSED your Thesis Proposal

BMNG 9000

MASc Thesis

MASc students

BMNG 6500

 

PhD Seminar

 

PhD students if you have not passed your Seminar

BMNG 6510

PhD Thesis Proposal*

PhD students if you have not PASSED your Thesis Proposal

BMNG 6520

PhD Candidacy Exam **

PhD students if you have not PASSED your Candidacy Exam

BMNG 9530

PhD Thesis

PhD students


**REGN 9999 is listed in the Academic Timetable Subject Listings as "Registration Course—Graduate".

Mandatory courses in the Winter 2022

Course Number

Course Name

Who should register

**REGN 9999

Registration Course Graduate

All students

BMNG 5500

MASc Seminar

 

MASc students if you have not passed your Seminar

BMNG 5510

MASc Thesis Proposal*

MASc students if you have not PASSED your Thesis Proposal

BMNG 9000

MASc Thesis

MASc students

BMNG 6500

PhD Seminar

 

PhD students if you have not passed your Seminar

BMNG 6510

PhD Thesis Proposal*

PhD students if you have not PASSED your Thesis Proposal

BMNG 6520

PhD Candidacy Exam**

PhD students if you have not PASSED your Candidacy Exam

BMNG 9530

PhD Thesis

PhD students

All students have to register for Mandatory courses until you see a “PASS” on your transcripts

* Around the one-year mark, students write a thesis proposal

** This examination will normally occur at about the 2-year point of the Ph.D. program, approximately one year after the thesis proposal.

More information about courses and registration can be found here.