Masters in BioEngineering
Information and enquiries
Current projects are listed in Postgraduate Opportunities and Current Research. Interested applicants should contact either Dr Paul Docherty or the leader of the research project that they are considering. Admission to the program is conditional on the suitability of the applicant, the current state of the research and other constraints.
The University Calendar should be consulted for the complete University regulations. Further useful information is available from the University Postgraduate Handbook and various Departmental information sheets. Additional information is available from the College of Engineering.
Although admissions and enrolments are the responsibility of the Dean of Engineering, doctoral research and progress is managed by the Department's Director of PostGraduate Studies and the student’s supervisor. Initial enquiries should be addressed to Annie Homewood, Departmental Administrator.
The Masters of Engineering (BioEngineering) has an aim to provide postgraduate students capable of employment in a number of different areas. They will have been exposed to cutting edge scientific and engineering problems related to both the Biotech and health sectors. Within New Zealand and Australia, there is a growing industrial requirement for postgraduates able to provide immediate benefits for the commercial arena.the main goal will be for the the Masters programme to supply a well trained workforce to the New Zealand economy. In contrast to their PhD colleagues these postgraduates, although highly skilled in research methodology, will be employed in the marketplace at an earlier stage and therefore able to give their skills to the new and mature companies in the health and biotech sector.
ENBI690 - Bioengineering ME Thesis