MSc in Medical Device Design
The aim of this programme is to advance graduates in the discipline of medical design in relation to the development of human-centred devices, products, services and experiences.
The medical industry is a rapidly changing one in which the clinical world is rapidly converging with fields such as engineering, biology, chemistry and computing to produce new products and patient experiences. Technological convergence is also taking medical devices out of their usual clinical settings and releasing them into the patient’s hands particularly in the area of diagnosis. In this rapidly changing environment these industries need designers who can be the voice of the user, understanding the role of people in complex networks.
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|Semester One||Semester Two||Summer Period|
|Introduction to Research Methods||Design Studio Collaborative Project 2||Design Studio - Major Thesis Project|
|Design Studio Collaborative Project 1||Human Factors II|
|Basic Medical Science (TCD)||Bionstrumentation|
|Human Factors I||Design Studio Collaborative Project 3|
|Fundamentals of Medical Device Design|