This programme changes name from MSc in Engineering (Welfare Technology) to MSc in Engineering (Health Informatic and Technology) (subject to the Ministry's approval).
The emphasis on the combination of health informatic and technology has never been greater, among politicians as well as among ordinary people. That is one of the reasons why the University of Southern Denmark introduces a master of science in engineering degree in Health Informatic and Technology. You will learn about the human anatomy, physiology and biomechanics and this knowledge will be combined with knowledge in engineering, IT and mechanics.
With a master degree in Health Informatic and Technology you will, for example, be able to design a robot that can help rehabilitate accident victims. Or you could invent the intelligent plaster which would enable doctors to monitor the healing process. With this study programme you can specialise in either RoboMedic or Health IT.