The Bioengineering minor is available to undergraduate engineering students at the University of Toronto. The minor provides in-depth knowledge from molecular and cell scale engineering, manufacturing of biosystems and devices, to translation of technologies ranging from sustainable energy and renewable bioproducts to patient care.
The Bioengineering minor offers two pathways after the completion of compulsory courses. Pathways include A) Biomedical Engineering and B) Bioprocess Engineering. Although, students may customize courses to focus on a specific pathway, neither path is restrictive. In other words, students may also mix and match courses as desired. To complete the minor, students must take compulsory and technical elective courses to total 3.0 FCE.
- Instructions for BME498 enrollment.
- Students may use their departmental thesis or capstone project toward fulfillment of the Bioengineering minor.
- Former Engineering Science students who have transferred into one of the "core eight" engineering programs may include BME205 toward completion of the Bioengineering minor.
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