The rapidly expanding health care industry requires innovations in medical equipment and systems. Our bachelor's degree program will prepare you to develop new health care technologies by combining engineering principles with biology and chemistry.
You'll follow one of two tracks: biomechanics and biomaterials, or biomedical instrumentation, sensors and signal processing. As a biomedical engineer, you'll be sought-after for design and research opportunities in many settings.
Students, please note that your course requirements may be different than those listed in the current year's catalog. Be sure to refer to the archived catalogs for the year of your enrollment. Or check with your advisor.