The Graduate Certificate in Translational Biomedical Engineering enables students to translate advanced research in biomedical engineering into clinical and commercial solutions. This 15-credit graduate-level program prepares students for careers in the medical technology industry by covering essential skills and knowledge needed to commercialize early-stage research in biomedical engineering.
This program is designed for recent graduates with a Bachelor of Engineering, Science, Economics, Arts or Commerce degree and with proven quantitative skills who aim to work in the medical technology industry.
Duration: Two terms (15 credits)
Available Start Dates: Fall and Winter semesters
Format: Full-Time or Part-Time, On-Campus
|Undergraduate Degree||Required Course(s)|
|All students||PHGY 209 Mammalian Physiology 1 and PHGY 210 Mammalian Physiology 2, or the equivalent of both courses|
|Engineering degree||One Life Science course (3 credits). More Details|
Four quantitative courses (12 credits), of which two courses must be in Math, AND,
Four natural science courses (12 credits), of which one course must be in Life Science. More Details
Level of Pre-Degree Work Experience: None required
Possible Career Outcomes: Clinical Trials Manager, Quality Management, Regulatory Affairs, Intellectual Property Management, Technology Transfer