B.Tech in Medical Electronics

MVJ College of Engineering
In Bangalore

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Important information

Typology Bachelor
Location Bangalore
Duration 4 Years
  • Bachelor
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    4 Years


Where and when

Starts Location
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Near ITPB, Channasandra, 560067, Karnataka, India
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Starts On request
Near ITPB, Channasandra, 560067, Karnataka, India
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Course programme

The new millennium spirit that drives M V J College of Engineering is evident in the courses we offer, which are both contemporary and have great future potential. Conventional streams of engineering share space with emerging disciplines at this institution, which believes in training its students to be at the cutting edge of tomorrow's technologies. Our courses therefore have been thoughtfully selected to focus on areas/industries that will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of the world and driving its economy.

The four-year courses that lead to a degree in Bachelor of Engineering (BE), adopt a University-mandated semester system of 8 semesters. Each semester is of 16 weeks duration. University examinations are held at the end of each term, every year. Here's a brief glimpse of the courses offered at MVJ College of Engineering.

The Medical electronics engineer has expertise in engineering science, biological science and medical science. Medical electronics engineering is usually based on one of the traditional engineering disciplines, such as electrical or mechanical engineering. The scope of the field is enormous: from cardiac monitors to clinical computing, artificial hearts to contact lenses, wheel chairs to artificial tendons, modeling dialysis therapy to modeling the cardiovascular system. Medical electronics engineers are also integral in the management of technology in hospitals and health care delivery.
Medical Electronics Engineers specialize in a variety of functional areas, including bioinstrumentation, biomechanics, biomaterials, clinical engineering, medical imaging, rehabilitation engineering and systems physiology. The following specialties are integral to, and interdependent with, each other. All combine engineering principles and methodologies in solving medical challenges.

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