Health care providers continue to rely on the best available technology to help their patients. In a time of specialization, there is an increasing need for engineers who can design, operate, and maintain advanced and reliable equipment. MUT Biomedical Engineering graduates can join the work force in the health care facilities specifying and maintaining equipment used by hospitals and health care practitioners. MUT students receive basic Engineering training as Electronics and Computers Engineers. Their curriculum is complemented with insight on Biochemistry, Biophysics Transport Phenomena in the human body as well as Preventative Maintenance and best practices of equipments usage. Biomedical Engineering courses familiarize students to the hospital environment and allow them to become leaders in their continuously evolving field. The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology offers a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering (105 credits) as well as a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Biomedical Engineering (150 credits).