To be enroll in the Master's Degree in Engineering and Management for Health, the candidate must be in possession of a three-year degree (university degree) or other qualification acquired abroad and recognized as equivalent, and have the appropriate knowledge of basic subjects of engineering (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry), of characterizing topics for the BSc Degree in "Industrial engineering” (Class L-9), as well as of biomedical engineering (including fundamentals in biology and medicine).
In particular, access will be granted to those who have acquired at least 39 CFU in basic educational activities, and in particular at least 21 ECTS in the disciplinary field "Mathematics, computer science and statistics" (MAT / 02, MAT / 03, MAT / 05, MAT / 06, MAT / 07, MAT / 08, MAT / 09, SECS-S / 01, SECS-S / 02, INF / 01, ING-INF / 05) and at least 18 in the disciplinary field "Physics and chemistry" (CHIM / 03, CHIM / 07, FIS / 01, FIS / 03), at least 15 CFU in the disciplinary fields of Management Engineering provided for the BSc Degree "Industrial engineering” (Class L-9 ) (ING-IND / 16, ING-IND / 17, ING-IND / 35, ING-INF / 04), at least 6 ECTS in Biomedical Engineering (ING-IND / 34, ING-INF / 06) and at least 6 in the medical and biological field (BIO / 09 , BIO / 11, BIO / 16, MED / 04, MED / 05).
In addition, for enrollment to the Course a basic knowledge of the English language (B2 level certificate or equivalent) is required.
The curriculum requirements that must be fulfilled for admission, and the specific validation methods are reported in the academic regulations of the course. Pre-registration is possible for applicants that will have less than three exams to pass, and a maximum of 24 CFU, by the date of the official enrollment (31 October 2019).