The studies of the Biomedical Engineering faculty combine technical and humanistic elements. The biomedical engineering itself is a combination of knowledge located at the intersection of engineering, medical and biological applications. Technical universities which offer training courses on Biomedical Engineering place greater emphasis on engineering education. It is apparent, however, that the majority of students of this course are graduates of high schools with humanistic knowledge and no technical preparation. Initial teaching of technical subjects must therefore be conducted in a language and format accessible to the “non-engineers”. Particularly, it is important to demonstrate and teach students the tools that will facilitate their further education.