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Innovation through problem-based learning

March 7, 2018 /  Department News

Innovation through problem-based learning

From monitoring labour contractions to predicting injury, first year iBioMed students present meaningful health and fitness applications.

Big Ideas: Meet Jack

February 15, 2018 /  Department News

Big Ideas: Meet Jack

John (Jack) Hodgins was McMaster's first Dean of Engineering

iBioMed in the Latest Edition of Network Magazine

January 26, 2018 /  Department News

iBioMed in the Latest Edition of Network Magazine

The Winter 2018 edition of Network is out! This homegrown magazine produced by the Faculty of Health Sciences, has shone a spotlight on the iBioMed program and its students, check it out on page 5!

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What is iBioMed?

At McMaster University, we’re transforming healthcare challenges into a new learning experience with the Integrated Biomedical Engineering & Health Sciences (iBioMed) program. We’re bringing together the best of our top-ranked health sciences and engineering programs into a hands-on, project-based program with a strong focus on entrepreneurship and learning to solve real-world problems by doing.

Learn all about iBioMed!




IBEHS 1P10 End-of-Year Showcase

April 9, 2018, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

IBEHS 1P10 End-of-Year Showcase

Interested in seeing what the first year iBioMed students have been up to? Come check us out during our Showcase!

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Co-op and Careers


Graduates of this program will be uniquely positioned for careers in the biomedical engineering, biotechnology, and health and biomedical science sectors of the economy. They will also remain well-positioned for careers that fall within the spectrum of their engineering or health sciences discipline. They will be well equipped to pursue further studies in graduate research or professional health sciences careers, such as medicine, or take on entrepreneurship opportunities.

Engineering Co-op and Career Services (ECCS)

Students in the iBioMed program will have Co-op and Career Services available through the Faculty of Engineering.

As for all engineering disciplines at McMaster, students in our programmes have the opportunity of applying for an industrial internship. If successful, the student typically is employed on industrial placement from the May following his/her third year in the academic programmes and returns to school for Level 4 in September of the following year.  

Engineering Co-op and Career Services (ECCS) is a joint venture between the McMaster Engineering Society and the Faculty of Engineering.  

 Visit the Engineering Co-op and Career Services Website