• Imparte:
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  • Precio:
    Información no disponible
  • Comienzo:
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  • Lugar:
    Alcorcón (Madrid)
  • Duración:
    240 ECTS
  • Condiciones:
    Access to official degrees requires holding a high school diploma or equivalent and passing the exam referred to in Article 42 of the Organic Law 6/2001 of Universities, modified in the Law 4/2007 (12 April), taking into account other mechanisms of access foreseen in existing regulations. The maximum number of 1st year students accepted in the academic is: Alcorcón Campus 40 places
  • Titulación:
    Oficial Title of Degree in Biomedical Engineering


Biomedical Engineering consists of solving problems and projects in medicine and biology, often using Information and Communication Technologies. It covers advanced analysis of data, signals, and medical images, as well as programming languages and computer architectures, including the communications required in hospital information systems or Big Data.


For full-time students doing an undergraduate degree, the maximum period of time allowed to complete the degree is eight years. Part-time students can request an extension of up to two years from the Rector.
In the degrees that have more than to 240 credits (4 years), the maximum stated in the previous section will be increased by one year for each 60 ECTS that are added to the 240 ECTS.
Students have to pass a minimum of two subjects in the first year. Students who are studying part-time have to pass at least one subject in the first academic year.
Students who are studying an official degree at Rey Juan Carlos University have a maximum of four enrollments in each one of the subjects in the study program, without counting previous cancellations of said subjects.


As an entrance profile, the student is recommended to have training and / or good predisposition on the subjects of mathematics and physics, as well as chemistry and biology. In addition, interest and capacity for growth are highly desirable in aspects such as abstraction capacity, interaction with multidisciplinary teams, information and communication technologies, professional responsibility, and individual and group work capacity.


Biomedical Engineering (BI) consists of applying the principles and methods of engineering to the understanding, definition, and resolution of problems in biology and medicine. In this setting, the objective of the program is to promote the advanced and multidisciplinary training in professionals in the analysis and processing of data, signals and medical images for the creation of support systems for diagnosis and decision making in the clinical practice. This program is developed in a highly multidisciplinary environment, combining:

The teaching and research experience. together with resources that the Rey Juan Carlos University (URJC) has in virtue of its wide educational offer in degrees and postgraduates in the framework of the health sciences and engineering.
The clinical, professional and research experience in the biomedical field, provided by the University Hospital Foundation of Alcorcón, the University Hospital of Móstoles, and the University Hospital of Fuenlabrada.
The potential of the growing number of companies in the electromedicine and eHealth area, in our community and in our country. These companies are currently at a turning point towards competitiveness through the recruitment of multidisciplinary graduates, specifically prepared for the current environment and the expected growth in coming years.
The general objectives of the program have been designed in accordance with the guidelines of the General Directorate of Universities regarding the normative framework of Royal Decree 1393/2007.



Human Morphology
Humanities: History of Biomedical Engineering
Programming Fundamentals
Mathematical Methods of Bioengineering
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Health Economics
Programming in Network Environments


Probability and statistics
Linear Systems and Circuit Applications
Human Physiology
Computer Networks
Analog and Digital Electronics
Discrete Time Systems
Bioelectric Fundamentals
Medical and Surgical Pathology I
Deontology, Health Legislation and Bioethics
Modern Language


Biomedical Equipment
Medical and Surgical Pathology II
Biological Dynamic Systems Analysis
Biomedical Information Transmission and Coding Systems
Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Biomedical Engineering
Hospital Engineering
Physiological Signals Processing
Digital Systems and Microprocessors
Health Information Systems
Laboratory of Systems for Diagnosis and Treatment at Distance


Artificial Intelligence and Learning
Academic Credits Recognition
Medical Image Analysis
Bioinformatics and Biotechnology
Optative 1
Massive Data Processing
External Practices 1 (Clinical Practice)
External Practices 2 (Biomedical Technology Transfer)
End of Grade Work

 Epidemiology and Health Technology Assessment
 Tissue Engineering

Salidas profesionales

In our country there are a growing number of companies in the electromedicine and eHealth sectors, which need professionals capable of working in multidisciplinary biomedicine and engineering environments.



CG1 - Analyze and synthesize problems related to biomedical engineering, solve them and communicate them efficiently.
CG2 - Use computational and experimental tools for the analysis and quantification of biomedical engineering problems.
CG3 - Write, represent and interpret legal, technical and biomedical documentation in the field of bioengineering
CG4 - Know and apply the procedures and techniques for planning biomedical engineering projects, as well as analyze the risks involved in the implementation of such projects.
CG5 - Know the rules, regulations and legislation in force, and apply them in biomedical engineering projects.
CG6 - Know the following concepts: company, its institutional and legal framework as well as the fundamentals of the organization/company and management of companies in biomedical engineering.
CG7 - Work in a multidisciplinary group of engineers and biomedical scientists.

CE1 - Understand or acquire the principles of bioelectrical fundamentals, anatomy, physiology or pathophysiology needed to identify the most appropriate processing technologies for a given problem in biomedical engineering
CE2 - Perform statistical analysis for the study, analysis and control of experiments and medical data.
CE3 - Use state-of-the-art techniques in univariate and multivariate statistics, and rigorously propose new analyses in biomedical problems that cannot be addressed by standard methods of information analysis.
CE4 - Solve mathematical problems that may arise in biomedical engineering by applying knowledge and concepts related to optimization.
CE5 - Understand, use and design systems to support in the management of biomedical information and medical decision making.
CE6 - Know, use and design systems for the analysis of large biomedical data sets, from knowledge extraction to visualization.
CE7 - Know, use and design systems for the analysis of large biomedical data sets, from knowledge extraction to visualization.


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