Biomedical Engineering (BEng)

Full Time: Four Year; Five-Year Co-op Internship Program

Program Format(s)

Bachelor of Engineering

Degree Earned

$36,487- $38,472 CAD

International Tuition Fee Range 2022/2023

Toronto, Canada


Is It for You?

Biomedical engineers make a difference in community and global health. You’ll learn to create new materials, devices, algorithms and processes that assist doctors and medical researchers with prevention, diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and conditions. With an optional paid cooperative internship, an optional specialization in Management Sciences, leading-edge research projects and a biomedical invention team project, you’ll graduate with the skills needed to transform lives in emerging areas of health care or clinical engineering.

After Graduation

Blend the physical, chemical, mathematical and computational sciences with biology, medicine, behaviour and health to transform lives. Develop therapeutic devices and models of physiological systems, or teach and/or conduct research at educational and medical institutions. You may work as a clinical engineer, biomedical engineer, manufacturing engineer, quality engineer or research and development engineer. Or, pursue graduate studies (MEng, MASc, PhD) in biomedical engineering.

Students Prototype Prosthetic Arm and Other Medical Devices

By Will Sloan

“This student-run group is focused on creating assistive devices for people with disabilities. In its short history, the group has experienced rapid growth, working with surrounding health facilities (including Toronto Rehab, St. Michael’s Hospital, Sunnybrook Hospital) and expanding its membership (from 23 to 303 members).”

Sample Courses

  • Engineering
  • General Chemistry
  • Calculus
  • Linear Algebra
  • Physics: Mechanics
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Computer Programming Fundamentals
  • Principles of Engineering Economics
  • Electric Circuit Analysis