The Master’s in Biomedical Computing is taught over four semesters, beginning in the winter semester. It is taught by means of lectures, seminars, practical courses, and a clinical project in which students gain valuable practical experience.
In semesters 1-3, you will complete compulsory modules in the fields of computer science and medicine, including computer-aided medical procedures, medical instrumentation, computer-aided trauma surgery, medical information processing, and pathophysiology. You will also choose elective modules from the following areas:
- Mathematical methods and scientific computing
- Programming and software engineering
- Image processing, computer vision, and pattern recognition
- Computer graphics, augmented reality, and visualization
- Professional and transferrable skills
In semester 4, you will work on a master's thesis involving the independent, in-depth study of a chosen area of biomedical computing.