Graduate Timetables

Click on the course code in the timetable to view descriptions. Course availability may change from year to year depending on instructor availability (e.g., some courses are only available in alternate years). All available graduate courses are shown below. If you have questions about educational content and/or accommodations, please contact the instructor.


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2022 Fall term

CodeTitleDateTime (Toronto)RoomInstructorsNote
BME1010*Graduate Seminar (MASc)Wed/Thu/Fri12:00-13:00See instructionsDaviesSeminar instructions
BME1011*Graduate Seminar (PhD)Wed/Thu/Fri12:00-13:00See instructionsDaviesSeminar instructions
BME1405**Clinical Engineering Instrumentation IThu14:00-16:00BA2139AndrysekSyllabus
BME1453Genomics and Synthetic Nucleic Acid TechnologiesThu16:00-18:00MY317Chou
BME1454Regenerative Medicine: Fundamentals and ApplicationsFri09:00-11:00BA2145GilbertSyllabus
BME1472​Fundamentals of Neuromodulation Technology and Clinical ApplicationsFri12:00-14:00BA-B026Yoo
BME1473Acquisition and Processing of Bioelectric SignalsTue13:00-15:00AB114Zariffa
BME1478Coding for Biomedical EngineersN/AN/AASYNCGartonLecture is ASYNC; Virtual drop-in with TA is on Wed 16:00-21:00

BME1500Topics in Neuromodulation Wed16:00-18:00SYNCMilosevic, ValianteContact CNMI; Syllabus
BME1560Artificial Intelligence for Biomedical EngineeringFri14:00-16:00BA2179Khan S.Syllabus
BME1580Digital Technologies for Cardio-Respiratory DisordersMon 09:00-12:00BL113 Yadollahi
BME1479*Statistical Discovery Techniques for Biomedical ResearchersTue/Thu10:00-12:00SF3201Audet
BME1801**Biomedical Product Development IITue11:00-15:00BA2195Parker
JPB1022Human Physiology as Related to Engineering Bioengineering II------------Not offered
CHE1125Modelling and Optimization of Chemical/Biomedical NetworksTBATBATBAMahadevanAdd course directly on ACORN
LMP1103Tissue Injury, Repair, and RegerationTBATBATBAKapoor, ViswanathanContact LMP
This course weighs 0.25 FCE. BME students who take this course, must take another 0.25 FCE course to receive a total of 0.50 FCE.

2023 Winter term

CodeTitleDateTime (Toronto)RoomInstructorsNote
BME1010*Graduate Seminar (MASc)Wed/Thu/Fri12:00-13:00See instructionsDaviesSeminar instructions
BME1011*Graduate Seminar (PhD)Wed/Thu/Fri12:00-13:00See instructionsDaviesSeminar instructions
BME1439**Clinical Engineering Instrumentation IIThu14:00-16:00HS100Andrysek
BME1459Protein EngineeringFri14:00-16:00BA-B026 TruongSyllabus
BME1460Quantitative Fluorescence Microscopy: Theory and Application to Live Cell ImagingTue10:00-13:00BA2139Rocheleau
BME1462Biological Image AnalysisMon16:00-18:00MY317Fernandez-GonzalezSyllabus
BME1466Advanced Topics on Magnetic Resonance ImagingFri10:00-12:00SYNCChengSyllabus
BME1471Rehabilitation Engineering------------Not offered; Syllabus for reference only.
BME1477*Biomedical Engineering Project Design and ExecutionMon12:00-14:00MY380FranklinSyllabus
BME1510Introduction to Data Science for Biomedical EngineersMon11:00-13:005E100KushkiCourse located at Holland Bloorview
BME1550Regenerative Medicine: Science, Manufacturing and Regulations Wed14:00-16:00SYNCVasconcelos, ViswanathanSyllabus
BME1800**Biomedical Product Development ITue12:00-15:00MY350Khan O.
BME1802Biomedical Devices Human FactorsFri10:00-12:00BA2145BouwmeesterNot offered in 2024; Syllabus for reference only.
DEN1081Bone Interfacing ImplantsTBATBATBADaviesContact DEN
ECE1475Bio-Photonics------------Not offered; Contact ECE
JCB1349Molecular Assemblies: Structure/Function/PropertiesTBATBATBAYipContact instructor for schedule
JEB1433Medical Imaging------------Not offered
JEB1444Neural EngineeringThu15:00-17:00BA2179BardakjianSyllabus
JMB1050Biological and Bio-inspired MaterialsWed 10:00-12:00MP118SoneSyllabus
JPB1071Advanced Topics: Computational NeuroscienceThu13:30-15:50TBASkinner, LankaranyContact PSL
Students may see interim (INT) status during enrollment. Contact PSL for approval to finalize enrollment
MIE1359Engineering Cell Biology and Micro-Nanoengineeered PlatformsTBATBATBAYouContact MIE
CHE1334Organ-on-a-Chip EngineeringTBATBATBACampbellAdd course directly on ACORN
MSC1006Neuroanatomy - Introduction to Anatomical Organization of the BrainWed16:00-18:00TBAMilosevic, Ibrahim Add course directly on ACORN

Important notices

Course restrictions

**Restricted – Professional program (BME MEng) students only

*  Restricted – Research program (BME PhD/MASc) students only

Priority enrolment

BME students have priority enrolment. General enrolment is available only if there is sufficient course capacity or if a student has explicit written permission from the instructor(s) to enroll.


Some courses may allow students to queue into a waitlist. Waitlisted students on ACORN will automatically be enrolled into their desired course (in priority sequence) if space should become available. Course limits are set by the respective course instructor(s). Whereas the Graduate Office cannot add students into courses that are full, students seeking accommodation and/or other consideration should contact the course instructor(s) for options (if any).