Master of Engineering Degree (M.Eng.) in Biomedical Engineering
A. Coursework option:
YEAR 1: Student enters master degree program will take research methodology, two foundation courses in mathematics and two core courses in biomedical engineering. There two series of core courses in Biomedical Engineering which are biomedical engineering series and health care management series. In biomedical engineering series, the core courses are principle of biomedical engineering and physiology. In healthcare management series, the core courses are core business function and healthcare technology management. Biomedical series is suitable for those who are not graduated bachelor degree in biomedical Engineering. Those who finish bachelor degree in biomedical Engineering may take courses in healthcare technology management. The first year course also includes seminar and 6 credits of master thesis
YEAR 2: Students still continue to take one seminar course and another 6 credits of master thesis. Based on their research theme, students also choose to take another one engineering elective course and three biomedical elective courses from advanced subjects such as COMPUTATIONAL SIMULATIONS FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION, BIOMEDICALSIGNALPROCESSING, BIOINFORMATICS, MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY CONCEPTS FOR ENGINEERS, etc.
B. Non-coursework option:
For the non-coursework option, students will take only two seminar course one research methodology and 36 credits of master thesis during their two years of study.
Standard academic entry requirements:
Students must have a bachelor degree in engineering in one of the following engineering disciplines: biomedical, electronics, telecommunication, electrical, chemical, control, measurement and information technology.
Students must have a bachelor degree in science in one of the following disciplines: applied physics, medical technology, biomedical science, computer science, mathematics, applied statistics, chemistry, biology, biochemistry.
Minimum academic entry requirements:
For coursework option, a GPA of 2.50 is usually required whereas the non-course coursework option a GPA of 3.00 is required.
English language proficiency requirements:
Prior to the graduation, student must pass the Standard English test from at least one of the following standardized test:
- TOEFL – The minimum acceptable score for TOEFL is 55 for the internet-based test (iBT), 470 for the paper-based test(PBT) or 150 for computer-based test (CBT).
- IELTS – The minimum acceptable score for IELTS is 5
- CU-TEP – The minimum acceptable score for CU-TEP is 500
- TU-GET – The minimum acceptable score for TU-GET is 550
* If the applicant cannot fulfill the above requirement, he or she will be required to enroll in additional ESL courses at KMITL (additional fees may apply)
Fees & Financial Support
Tuition fees amount to 27,000 Baht per semester.
Financial support to cover tuition fees and/or living expenses is available in certain circumstances. Please discuss this with the BME researcher you are interested in studying a postgraduate degree.