Tallinn University of Technology
Tervishoiutehnoloogia magistriõpe

Digital Health Master's Programme

The aim of the programme is to train change managers, who contribute to digitalisation of health care. Systematic and thorough knowledge is obtained about health care technologies, healthcare digitalization, different e-health technologies and implementation of new innovative technologies. Graduates understand how medicine, IT and health care interact and are able to gather specialized knowledge and skills how to interpret that knowledge in critical, analytical and creative manner in order to contribute to changes improving healthcare, either at health care service providers, public or private sector organizations.

Medical Technology and Physics

The curriculum provides a broad-based interdisciplinary education in biomedical engineering and medical physics,
integrating knowledge in physics, medicine and biology with the principles of engineering and information technology.

Meditsiinitehnika ja füüsika õppekava