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The course requirements described here apply to students commencing in 2014 or to students from earlier years but who have elected to proceed under 2014 resolutions.
Course versions from prior years may be viewed by selecting the YEAR of commencment in the drop down box to the left, underneath the program title, or back at the main menu if there has been a significant change in the program and prior versions are thus not available in this view.
For details of relevant resolutions see faculty handbook at sydney.edu.au/handbooks.
Year 1 - Semester 1
Students should follow the four year programs as specified for their individual major.
Chemical and biomolecular : http://cusp.sydney.edu.au/students/view-degree-page/name/BE(Biomed)-CBE
Electrical : http://cusp.sydney.edu.au/students/view-degree-page/name/BE(Biomed)-Elec
Information Technology : http://cusp.sydney.edu.au/students/view-degree-page/name/BE(Biomed)-IT
Mechanical : http://cusp.sydney.edu.au/students/view-degree-page/name/BE(Biomed)-Mech
Mechatronics : http://cusp.sydney.edu.au/students/view-degree-page/name/BE(Biomed)-Mtrx
|Course:||Biomedical Engineering (2014)|
|Min FT Duration:||4.00 Years|
|Min PT Duration:||N/A|
|Years Offered:||2014, 2013|
|Requirements:||Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering are required to complete 192 credit points comprising (a) 144 credit points of the core and elective Biomedical Engineering units of study plus (b) 48 credit points in a specialist major offered by the Faculty as shown in the accompanying tables.
Acceptable alternative units of study
Most units of study offered by the Science Faculty shown in the tables can be replaced by an equivalent advanced level unit, subject to prerequisite conditions (as required by the Faculty of Science) being met. Students considering doing advanced options should seek advice from their department before enrolling.
Students undertaking Study Abroad in a particular year of their degree must enrol in the appropriate International Exchange Program units of study as an alternative to a semester's standard units.