|Specialty||Biotechnical Systems and Technologies|
|Faculty||Engineering and Economics|
|Department||Physical Methods of Control|
|Specialty code||20 10 00|
|Form of education||full-time|
|Duration of studies||4 years|
|Instruction in English||no|
|Tuition fee||$2,200 per year|
The specialty is based on interconnection of electronic engineering and medicine, it covers such sciences as physics, biochemistry, biology, electronics and computer equipment; students get knowledge not only in the field of technology, but also in biology and medicine.
The main professional activities of specialists involve creation, development, production and maintenance service of medical equipment, instruments and devices, used to assess and correct the state of health of a person or to perform environmental monitoring, as well as devices used in telemedicine, pharmaceutical, environmental and food industries.
Graduates work as engineers responsible for design, maintenance and repair of medical and diagnostic equipment in organizations which develop and manufacture biomedical and environmental equipment, in quality control and diagnostic laboratories, clinics and health resorts, health and environmental centers, at companies engaged in selling and providing maintenance service of medical and environmental equipment.
The jobs they can do are electronics engineers, software engineers, metrology engineers, physics engineers, radiometry engineers, research engineers, engineers responsible for implementation of new equipment and technologies, engineers responsible for complete equipment procurement, engineers responsible for adjusting and testing.