The Bachelor degree program in Medical, Health and Sports Engineering is a full-time, face-to-face program that spans over 6 semesters of 15 weeks each. In semesters 1 – 3, students are taught the necessary scientific, engineering, and information technology skills. In the following semesters, the focus is increasingly on the application of the learned methods in medical, health and sports engineering, covering the entire spectrum of development of new technologies from the initial idea to the approved product on the market.
Students will work on exciting projects at the cutting edge of technology and experience impressive possibilities that arise using 3D printing, robotic systems, artificial intelligence, or wearables.
Personality development and the development of social skills have become highly important for a successful start in professional life. Therefore, the study program includes modules in business, entrepreneurship, management, and key competencies.
Starting in the 4th semester, students have the opportunity to focus their studies further on one of the two majors: "Medical Technology" or "Health and Sports Engineering". These specializations allow students to apply the learned methods to concrete examples from the individual field. They include the following topics:
- Development, testing and approval of medical devices
- Prosthetics, rehabilitation & technology assisted surgery
- Medical technologies in diagnosis & therapy
Health & Sports Engineering:
- Development of sports innovations in elite sport
- Training support
- Measurement and analysis methods