Bachelor’s Program in Biomedical Engineering

Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering

The ITS Biomedical Engineering Study Program was formed with a vision and mission to produce the next generation that has strong analytical and synthesis capabilities in the fields of Biomedical Instrumentation, Biomedical, Biomechanical, Biomedical, Biomaterial, and others.
With these capabilities, it is expected that each graduate will be able to meet the challenges of the world of work in the fields of medical equipment design, signal processing and medical imagery, clinical engineering, medical rehabilitation, and assistive technology for individuals with special needs.
The research activities in this study program focus on the mechanisms of computation, communication and control systems in biological systems, and their applications in the fields of biology, electronics and mechanics.

In ITS Chancellor Regulation No.15/2018 Article 15, Undergraduate Program Students are declared to have passed the undergraduate stage if they successfully complete the entire study load of 144 credits (208 ECTS) including the final project, which is divided into the preparation stage with a study load of 36 credits scheduled in two semester, and undergraduate stage with a study load of 108 credits scheduled for six semesters. Taking each course has learning outcomes targeted by the Study Program without D and E scores. Students are required to meet the minimum score requirements for one of the foreign languages and the Student Extra-curricular Activity Unit (SKEM). Students with excellent academic potential and high GPA have the chance to graduate in 3.5 years or 7 semesters.

Number of students: 279 students
Number of teachers: 13 lecturers
Degree earned: S.T. (Bachelor of Engineering)