Specialty - Biomedical technologies and health territories (TBTS)

The field of biomedical technologies, evolving constantly all round the world as it is, requires the training of reactive, pluridisciplinary actors with the ability and skills to design, manage and maintain top-level medical platforms. And because of the high level of technological innovation in the field, successfully integrating innovative processes has become an essential factor to ensure maintaining high quality health-care systems, both technically and from a human standpoint. The ‘integration’ we refer to relates to both the medical devices and equipment and the organisation of health-care systems in what are called ‘health territories’ in France. This TBTS Master’s course has been approved and certified by the health innovation competiveness pole, Medicen.


UTC - and especially noteworthy its Department of Bio-engineering - was and still is a pioneer and ranks among the leaders in France in terms of biomedical training.

The TBTS Master's degree relies on the pluridisciplinarity of its teaching teams and the way they convey new knowledge contents and skills related to biomedical technology management. Project oriented workshops and case studies allow the students to develop those skills needed by the health sector professionals.

A considerable fraction of course time is given over to guest lectures, delivered by both health sector and industrial specialists.

Professional objectives

The TBTS course aims at training biomedical field actors capable of assessing and addressing the impact of technological innovations in health-care establishments and associate organizations, notably:

  • To develop skills in design, organization, use and maintenance of medical platforms serving the patients' interests;
  • to develop skills in integrating innovative processes, both on the scale of particular medical devices and equipment, and on that of the health-care system as a whole in each health territory defined;
  • to contribute to better communication, to interaction and cooperation among the various health system actors (health establishment staff, health related industries, regulatory agencies;
  • to contribute to guaranteeing quality and safety for these medical devices and equipment in full compliance with regulatory constraints for the entire expected life cycle for the items concerned.


Responsable du parcours
Isabelle Claude
Phone : 03 44 23 73 61 | Contact by email

Responsable Master
Sandrine Morandat
Contact by email

Francoise Meresse
Phone : 03 44 23 79 53 | Contact by email

Formation continue
Phone : 03 44 23 46 29

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