Biomedical EngineeringSimon Fraser University
About this program
Biomedical engineers work to improve technological solutions to medical and surgical challenges. The program is highly interdisciplinary between the Schools of Engineering Science and Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology, with students learning from faculty from both schools and gaining a strong foundation of both engineering skills and biomedical expertise.
Biomedical Engineering is an option in the Engineering Science program. It is an honours program, so requires a specific grade point average to graduate.
For more information about admission requirements, please visit the university website.
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About this institute
Simon Fraser University is named after explorer Simon Fraser, SFU opened on September 9, 1965. Taking only 30 months to grow from the idea stage into an almost-completed campus with 2,500 students it was dubbed the “Instant University”. SFU is...
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