Course information

Set up according to policy
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING  
Length
3   Years  
CFU credits
180  
Type of course
FIRST LEVEL DEGREE  
Regulations
D.M. 270/2004  
Degree class
L-8 - Information technology engineering
L-9 - Industrial engineering
Teaching locations
Cagliari - Università degli Studi 
Sito del Corso
Accedi alla pagina web del Corso 
List of subjects per Curriculum
PERCORSO COMUNE - Ordinamento 2014


Requirements for access


Titles
- TITLE OF SUPERIOR SCHOOL 


Coordinatore
MASSIMILIANO PAU
massimiliano.pau@dimcm.unica.it


Dates and deadlines


Leggi il Manifesto generale degli studi

Tuition fees


Leggi il Regolamento contribuzione studentesca

Tassa per la partecipazione ai test di ammissione ai Corsi di studio Euro 30
Studenti in corso - Contributo onnicomprensivo annuale da Euro 312,40 a Euro 3.014,05 in funzione dell'ISEE e dei CFU acquisiti
Studenti fuori corso - Contributo onnicomprensivo annuale da Euro 312,40 a Euro 4.471,08 in funzione dell'ISEE, dell'anno di fuori corso e dei CFU acquisiti
Imposta di bollo Euro 16
Tassa regionale ERSU per reddito complessivo familiare superiore a Euro 25.000 Euro 140
Sono previsti esoneri totali dal pagamento delle tasse o parziali (contributo calmierato e riduzioni), indicati nel Regolamento contribuzione studentesca che è opportuno consultare.

Outline, texts, goals...


Access to further study

Second Cycle Courses

Professional status

The main work opportunities for graduates in Biomedical Engineering are: biomedical engineering and biomedical technologies services in public and private sanitary structures, in the sports world, in physical exercise and entertainment; production and marketing industries of diagnostics, treatment and monitoring equipments, of special materials, of implantable and portable devices, of prosthesis/orthotics, of robotized systems for the biomedical sector; telemedicine and the telematic applications to health; medical computer science relatively to informative sanitary systems and to biomedical data and bioimages processing software; biotechnologies and cellular engineering; pharmaceutical and food industry for what concerns the quantification of the interaction between medicines/substances and biological parameters; manufacturing industry in general for what concerns the ergonomics of products/processes and the impact of technologies on health.

Title conferred

Laurea in Biomedical Engineering

Educational goals

The goal of the Degree Course in Biomedical Engineering is to train engineers capable of operating in the industrial sector, with particular reference to the biomedical sector.

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