BSc Biomedical Engineering Technology

Superior University’s BS Biomedical Engineering program enables the students to apply professional engineering knowledge to design and develop artificial medical implants, diagnostic instruments, and rehabilitation equipment. The latest research is at the foundation of the curriculum and teaching methodologies as the excellent faculty liaisons with leading industry partners to prepare futuristic graduates who are well-placed to pursue a rewarding career in the industry.

FSc Pre-engineering/ premedical/DAE Equivalent with 50% Marks + Entry Test

Semester 1

CoursesCredit Hours
Applied Physics3
Basic Biology (For Pre-Engineering
Students) / Basic Mathematics (For
Premedical Engineering Students)
3
Communication Skills
3
Information & Communication Technology
2
Islamic Studies
3
Technical Drawing
1
Workshop Practice
1
Total16

Semester 2

CoursesCredit Hours
Basic Electrical Technology
3
Calculus and Analytical Geometry
3
Computer Programming
2
Economics3
Human Anatomy & Physiology
4
Professional Ethics
3
Total18

Semester 3

CoursesCredit Hours
Bio Chemistry - I
3
Digital Logic Design
3
Electrical Circuit Analysis
3
Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
3
Organizational Behaviour
3
Total15

Semester 4

CoursesCredit Hours
Biomechanics4
Electronic Devices and Circuits
3
Entrepreneurship2
Microprocessors & Microcontrollers
3
Molecular Biology
3
Signals and Systems
3
Total18

Semester 5

CoursesCredit Hours
Biomaterials3
Biomedical Control Systems
3
Biomedical Instrumentation
4
Pakistan Studies
2
Project - I
3
Technical Report Writing
2
Total17

Semester 6

CoursesCredit Hours
Clinical Laboratory Equipment
4
Electromechanical System
3
Medical Imaging Devices
3
Probability and Statistics
2
Project - II
3
Regulatory Framework for Medical
Devices
3
Total15

Semester 7

CoursesCredit Hours
Industrial/Field Training - I (SIT-I)16
Total16

Semester 8

CoursesCredit Hours
Industrial/Field Training - II (SIT-II)16
Total16

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