MHSc in Clinical Engineering

Professor Elaine Biddiss is a clinical engineering researcher at the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

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.

Program Structure

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.

Program Length

Two years (six sessions: fall / winter / summer, fall / winter / summer), full-time. Maximum time limit: three years, full-time.

Admissions

Admissions Interview

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.

Contact

Rhonda Marley, Professional Programs Coordinator
+1 416 978-6102 (office)
mhsc.ibbme@utoronto.ca (email)