Master of Engineering (MEng)
The Master of Engineering (MEng) program aims to educate students and professionals on the use of design principles in engineering biomedical devices for use in human patients. Graduates of this program will play key roles in the development and commercialization of devices or agents for disease diagnosis, promote the regeneration of damaged tissues, assist in the rehabilitation of patients, and better the lives of people with disabilities.
This non-thesis degree program offers training to individuals pursuing careers related to biomedical engineering. Through a diverse catalogue of graduate courses and practical experience, trainees gain the skills required to translate ideas into commercial realities. For the full-time program, training is provided through three terms of coursework, including one term of practical experience, concentrated in the pillars of biomedical engineering technology, biomedical sciences, and entrepreneurship. Our program graduates emerge as company founders, technology leaders, and start-up creators in the healthcare sector.
Professional training in biomedical device design, implementation, and commercialization.
Full-time (one year).
Coursework and practical experience.
- Successful completion of 7 half-courses and a 4-month internship.
The Master of Engineering (MEng) requires a four-year bachelor's degree in engineering or the sciences from a recognized university, with at least a mid-B average (3.0 grade point average) in the final two years of study or current enrolment in the MD program at the University of Toronto is required for admission consideration. However, possession of the minimum requirements for entry does not guarantee admission. Detailed requirements:
- Degree requirement:
- Bachelor's degree holders (domestic). Applicants must have completed a four-year undergraduate program in engineering or sciences or an equivalent degree.
- Bachelor's degree holders (international). Graduates of recognized institutions outside Canada should hold an appropriate bachelor's degree in engineering. International applicants are assessed on a case-by-case basis.
- MD students from the University of Toronto. Applicants should first seek approval by the MD Program Foundations Director
- English language proficiency:
(Note: GRE scores are not required)
Apply to the MEng program
- Complete/submit the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Application and pay the application fee.
- Arrange for your English language proficiency examination score to be reported electronically to the University of Toronto (Enrolment Services) by the testing agency if applicable. The institution code for U of T is 0982-00 (there is no need to specify a department).
- Mail your supporting documents (e.g. official transcripts) to:
Institute of Biomedical Engineering
c/o Graduate Studies Admissions
University of Toronto
Rosebrugh Building (RS), 164 College Street, Room 407
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3G9 Canada
- Tuition is determined each academic year by the School of Graduate Studies — refer to the Student Accounts website for more information.
- Fees are shown in Canadian Dollars (CAD).
- Tuition amounts below are inclusive of both the Fall and Winter Terms.
- A minimum charge will apply for students who cancel their registration in the current session or on/after the published date for the first day of class.
- Current students should refer to their detailed invoice on ROSI / ACORN for information specific to your enrolment status.
|Status||Study Period||Cost / Session||Cost / Year|
|Domestic||Part Time (U of T MD/MEng students only)||$2,473.12||$4,909.13|
|International||Part Time (U of T MD/MEng students only)||$10,337.62||$19,919.13|
Last updated: July 31, 2020
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