The Faculty of Engineering aims to develop and produce the next generation of accomplished engineers, researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs with strong analytical skills in healthcare industry. It offers a four-year undergraduate degree program in Biomedical engineering recognized by the Pakistan Engineering Council.
Biomedical Engineering is a flagship program, aims to produce engineers having an edge in knowledge and technical skills through enquiry, research and experimentation. The faculty of engineering adapted a globally competitive curriculum incorporating theoretical knowledge with hands-on training and learning using state of the art modern equipment. This allows students to solve complex engineering problems and enable them to enhance their technical skills in healthcare industry, nationally and internationally.
SHU has qualified and experienced faculty to ensure that the program learning outcomes are achieved. Our teaching methodology accentuates on student-teacher interactions for providing optimal learning environment, where strong emphasis is laid on Industry-Academia collaboration for which there is an Industrial Advisory Board that facilitates the development of insights on current trends in healthcare industry by arranging class lectures, seminars, webinars, field visit, and workshops for the students.
Dr. M. Zeeshan Ul Haque
Professor & Chairperson, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Dean, Faculty of Engineering
Biomedical Engineering (BME) is the fastest growing interdisciplinary engineering program, combining engineering with medicine that provides innovation to enhance the quality of life. It utilizes problem solving skills to design and develop innovative diagnostic, therapeutic and surgical solutions for healthcare industry. The increasing utilization of technology in healthcare, the demand for biomedical engineers has grown worldwide.
Department of Biomedical Engineering (DBME) offers a well-structured four-year undergraduate degree program and has extended its focus on the Outcome Based Education (OBE) system. This will provide students with the core foundation in engineering principles and promotes their skills through device-based learning using state-of-the-art laboratories for improved learning outcomes.
A broad spectrum of technical and professional skills is offered through research and internship opportunities.
DBME focuses on transforming the theoretical concepts into the real world solutions to problems, keeping in mind the current challenges and research in healthcare industry. The department is well-equipped to produce young engineers, scientists and entrepreneurs inculcating self-directed learning traits.
Additionally, DBME has constituted an Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) with representatives from hospitals, research centers, medical-device manufacturing industry and academia.
To be recognized nationally as a quality academic, research- driven, innovative and entrepreneurial education provider advancing knowledge and nurturing talent for the benefit of society and healthcare community.
To provide an optimal learning environment to educate future biomedical engineers utilizing curricula and training opportunities that upskills interpersonal, entrepreneurial and multidisciplinary knowledge to contribute in academia, research centers, healthcare industry and society.
The objectives of the department of biomedical engineering is to deliver quality education by:
Degree: Bachelor of Engineering (B. E.) in Biomedical Engineering
Duration: 4 Years
Credit Hours: 138
Why Biomedical Engineering?
Biomedical Engineering is a popular career choice, as it offers an opportunity to serve people and to participate in the working with living systems. Biomedical Engineers work closely with multidisciplinary engineers, scientists, physicians, nurses and allied health-professionals.
The mission of the Program is to provide students with an optimal learning environment and multidisciplinary education. The Program utilizes curricula, training and research opportunities to contribute in academia, research centers, healthcare industry and society with their profound analytical and design capabilities.
History of Interaction between DBME and Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC)
Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in Biomedical Engineering was launched after a successful PEC Zero Visit (ref: PEC/AD/SHU-K-BIO-MEDICAL/Zero/2017), dated August 4, 2017, granting permission to launch the program. In 2017, student induction began, followed by a successful interim visit (ref: PEC/EAD/SHU-K/BIOMED/RL-2019), dated July 16, 2019. Eventually, the Biomedical Engineering program at SHU was accredited after a successful accreditation visit (ref: PEC/EAD/SHU-K/DL-105/2022), dated February 1, 2022, by the Pakistan Engineering Council.
Transformation into Outcome Based Education (OBE) System
Department of Biomedical Engineering has implemented outcome based education (OBE) system as per PEC requirement with well-defined Program Education Objectives (PEOs) and Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs).
Program Education Objectives (PEOs):
PEOs are designed in accordance with the vision and mission of the department exhibiting the accomplishments that the graduates are expected to accomplish. It serves an important function in designing the curriculum, PLOs and subsequently
Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs):
In B. E. BME program, twelve (12) PLOs have been adopted from the graduate attributes for engineers defined in the PEC OBA manual, 2019. The following are the twelve PLOs adapted for the program:
Consistency of Vision and Mission of DBME with Vision and Mission of SHU
|SHU Vision||DBME Vision|
|SHU Mission||DBME Mission|
Mapping of PEOs with DBME Vision and Mission Statements
|PEO 1||PEO 2||PEO 3|
Mapping of PLOs and PEOs
The twelve PLOs, defined for the Biomedical Engineering Program, are mapped to the three PEOs. Mapping of the PLOs to PEOs.
|PEO 1||PEO 2||PEO 3|
|Design/Development of Solutions||✔|
|Modern Tool Usage||✔|
|The Engineer and Society||✔|
|Environment and Sustainability||✔|
|Individual and Team Work||✔|
Undergraduate Biomedical Engineering Curriculum Design
The curriculum is designed to provide knowledge, analytical and leadership abilities, critical thinking and ethical values to cope with technological challenges. Complex Engineering Problems (CEPs), Problem Based Learning (PBL) and Open Ended Labs (OELs) are also included in relevant courses to equip the students for lifelong learning as guided by OBE. The management courses provide students an insight of entrepreneurship and management skills.
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit Hours|
Semester - Ⅰ
|BME102||Introduction to Computing||2+1|
|ELE101||Basic Electrical Engineering||3+1|
|MTH 101/ BIO-101*||Basic Mathematics / Biology||3+0|
|BME101||Introduction to Biomedical Engineering||1+0|
Semester - ⅠⅠ
|MTH103||Calculus & Analytical Geometry||3+0|
|CSC103||Object Oriented Programming||3+1|
Semester - ⅠⅠⅠ
|MTH201||Linear Algebra & Differential Equation||3+0|
|BME201||Computer Aided Engineering Drawing||0+1|
Semester - ⅠⅤ
|MTH202||Complex Variable & Transformation||3+0|
|ELE203||Digital Logic Design||3+1|
|BME204||Biomedical Instrumentation I||3+1|
Semester - Ⅴ
|BME301||Biomedical Instrumentation II||3+1|
|ELE302||Signals & Systems||3+1|
|ELE301||Microprocessor & Interfacing||2+1|
Semester - ⅤⅠ
|BME304||Modeling & Simulation||2+1|
|BME305||Biomedical Control Systems||3+1|
Semester - ⅤⅠⅠ
|ENG401||Technical Report Writing & Presentation Skills||3+0|
|XXXxxx ***||Elective II||3+0|
|XXXxxx ***||Elective III||2+1|
|BME449****||Final Year Design Project –I||0+3|
Semester - ⅤⅠⅠⅠ
|BME449****||Final Year Design Project –II||0+3|
|BME402||Professional Practices & Ethics||3+0|
|XXXxxx ***||Elective V||3+0|
|Track 1||Track 2||Track 3|
|Instrumentation||Tissue Engineering and Molecular Bioengineering||Biomedical Computing|
|Biomedical Engineering Systems||Biophysics||Telemedicine Systems|
|Medical Device Quality System and Standards||Biofluid Mechanics & Bioheat Transfer||Medical Data System|
|Medical Device Regulatory Affairs||Tissue Engineering||Computational Fluid Dynamics|
|Power Electronics||Genetic Engineering||Artificial Intelligence|
|Medical Robotics||Nano Biotechnology||Bioinformatics|
|Rehabilitation Engineering||DNA Computing||Medical Image Processing|
|Bioelectricity||Regenerative Medicine||Hospital Information System|
|Drug Delivery Systems|
Graduates will find opportunities in:
DBME plan, organize and put into effect various seminar/webinar/events in order to enlighten and enhance students learning in the field through interaction with professionals.
DBME arranges various industrial visits for students to bridge the gap between academia and industry providing an opportunity for active/interactive learning experiences in class and outside the classroom environment. This enhances interpersonal and communication skills of the students.
Engr. Dr. Munsif Ali Jatoi
Mr. Muhammad Wasim Munir
Engr. Hassan Ali
Ms. Madiha Imdad
Engr. Gul Munir
Engr. Tooba Khan
Mr. Muhammad Sayem Hanif
Engr. Muhammad Aamir
Engr. Muhammad Shaheer Mirza