University of Toronto - School of Graduate Studies

School of Graduate Studies
65/63 St George Street
Toronto, ON
Canada M5S 2Z9

Biomedical Engineering (Collaborative Specialization)

Program Information
Faculty: School of Graduate Studies
Degree: Master
Field of Study: Biomedical/Medical Engineering
Description The research-intensive MASc program provides a strong academic foundation for students who want to become immersed in the discipline of biomedical engineering and is designed to offer students challenging and rewarding research opportunities to enhance the quality of our health-care system. The MASc program is offered in the fields of 1) Neural/Sensory Systems and Rehabilitation; 2) Biomaterials, Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine; 3) Nanotechnology, Molecular Imaging and Systems Biology; and 4) Engineering in a Clinical Setting.
Website: Biomedical Engineering (Collaborative Specialization) at University of Toronto - School of Graduate Studies
Test Scores:
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (Paper Based) [min. 580] or Test of Written English (part of TOEFL) [min. 5] or Test of English as a Foreign Language (Internet Based) [min. 93]
Additional Admission Requirements:
  • Letter(s) of Reference
  • Statement of Research Interests
Applicants who wish to enrol in the collaborative specialization must apply to and be admitted to both the collaborative specialization and a graduate degree program in one of the collaborating departments. Applicants must be graduates in dentistry, engineering, engineering science, medicine, or one of the physical or biological sciences and must be accepted to the Collaborative Specialization in Biomedical Engineering through one of the collaborating graduate departments (home departments) listed above.

* We make every attempt to provide accurate information on prerequisites, programs, and tuition. However, this information is subject to change without notice and we highly recommend that you contact the school to confirm important information before applying.

Last Updated: November 26, 2017