Education

The Department of Health Technology has study lines on both bachelor and master level.                   

  • BSc + MSc Biomedical Engineering       
  • MSc Quantitative Biology and Disease Modelling              
  • MSc Bioinfomatics and Systems Biology     

In the fall, MSc Advanced Materials and Healthcare Engineering will be added to the list above.

BSc + MSc Biomedical Engineering and Quantitative Biology and Disease Modelling are jointly offered with Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen.

The Department of Health Technology will be providing more than 100 courses.

Every 10 PhD student
At present, DTU has 1,348 active PhD students, of which 140 will be anchored at the new department. The aim is to satisfy industry’s increasing demand for engineers and PhDs with expertise within the area of health technology.