Biomedical Engineering Program (MASc and PhD degrees) - was established in 2001.
Clinical Engineering Program (MHSc and PhD degrees) - established in 1984, the Clinical Engineering Program (originally only MHSc in Clinical Biomedical Engineering) was the first of its kind in Canada.  The program produces engineers with expertise in the applied side of biomedical engineering in health care. Most of the graduate students in the Clinical Engineering option at IBBME, intern at medical companies.  In the past, opportunities have varied in its nature and location across Canada, US and Europe. Examples include Baylis Medical, Massachusetts General Hospital and Stryker Corporation. 
Collaborative Program in Biomedical Engineering (MASc/MSc and PhD degrees) - provides a way for students to cross traditional disciplinary boundaries.