IBBME offers four graduate degree programs in biomedical and clinical engineering.
We also facilitate a collaborative specialization certificate in conjunction with 14 academic units at the University of Toronto.
Learn from engineering, medicine and dentistry researchers across the University of Toronto and its partner hospitals to develop innovative solutions for global challenges in human health.
Which degree is right for me?
Our four graduate degrees are suited towards different career goals.
Use our graduate degrees comparison chart to help you determine the program that best suits your professional interests.
- Master of Applied Science (MASc) in Biomedical Engineering
- Master of Engineering (MEng) in Biomedical Engineering—medical devices focus
- Master of Health Science (MHSc) in Clinical Engineering
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Biomedical Engineering—clinical concentration also available
MD / PhD
Collaborative Specialization in Biomedical Engineering
Earn a certificate in biomedical engineering in conjunction with a research-stream graduate degree from one of 14 academic units at the University of Toronto
- Academic Requirements
- Application Deadlines
- English Language Proficiency
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- How to Apply
- Selecting a Supervisor
- Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine
- Engineering in a Clinical Setting
- Nanotechnology, Molecular Imaging & Systems Biology
- Neural, Sensory Systems & Rehabilitation