The Master of Health Science (MHSc) in Clinical Engineering educates students on how to apply and implement medical technologies to optimize modern health-care delivery.
This two-year, full-time engineering degree program consists of academic courses, a research thesis and provides students with real-world exposure through several internships with private sector companies, hospitals and/or research facilities.
The program requirements for the MHSc in Clinical Engineering includes the completion of (1) academic courses, (2) a research thesis and (3) a series of internships.
Two years (six sessions: fall / winter / summer, fall / winter / summer), full-time. Maximum time limit: three years, full-time.
- Academic Requirements
- Application Deadlines
- Connect with a thesis supervisor
- English Language Proficiency
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- How to Apply
Qualified applicants to this program will be invited to conduct a mandatory admissions interview. Completion of the interview does not guarantee an offer of admission.
Rhonda Marley, Professional Programs Coordinator
+1 416 978-6102 (office)