This 12-month professional graduate degree is designed for students interested in entrepreneurship or "intra"preneurship for advanced placement within a medical device company or another type of health care company or for running their own startup. It is a team-based approach in which students develop the engineering, design and business skills needed to solve an unmet clinical need.

The program consists of 30 units that are distributed into five areas:

  • Engineering Skills (6 units)
  • Master Design (10 units)
  • Biomedical Product Development (4 units)
  • Biomedical Business Development (4 units)
  • Targeted Electives (6 units)

The Master of Engineering in Biomedical Innovation (MEng-BMI) program has a list of specific courses that are required. These are found in the Courses section in the E62 BME 57XX sequence. Visit the Policies and Regulations guide located on the BME website for the MEng-BMI program timeline.