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Career Opportunities in Biomechanics in Canada

Career and employment opportunities for Canadian university students graduating in Biomechanics.

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Employment Resources and Professions Available to Biomechanics Graduates

Graduates of biomechanics can work in a variety of fields. You can work in a hospital setting with orthopedic surgeons, designing and modifying artificial limbs and implants for accident victims.

Biomechanics graduates can also work in academia, teaching biomechanics or sports science at the post-secondary level while at the same time doing pure research. Research is also available through various government agencies such as Sports Canada. Private agencies also employ biomechanics graduates such as running shoe companies, hockey equipment manufacturers, and Canadian Standards Association.

People with a biomechanics degree can also work in the physiotherapy industry, where they work with phyiotherapists and kinesiologists to design therapeutic regimes for rehabilitation purposes. They can also work in community centers or fitness centers.

Jobs are also available in the manufacture and production of all sorts of equipment. They can work in the design of office furniture, in the auto industry to design ergonomic car interiors, as a workplace ergonomics consultant, or in the clothing industry to design comfortable and functional clothing.

A degree in biomechanics can also form the foundation for a medical, law, or engineering degree.

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What is Biomechanics? Discover similiar and related programs and universities in Canada offering Biomechanics degrees.

Biomechanics Admission Requirements
The prerequisites required to become accepted to a undergraduate program in Biomechanics.

Graduate Biomechanics Admission Requirements
The prerequisites required to become accepted to a graduate and/or postgraduate PhD program in Biomechanics.

What Biomechanics Students Learn
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Research in Biomechanics
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