In 2010, the College of Engineering initiated an undergraduate program in Biomedical Engineering. This academically intensive program integrates engineering and biomedical sciences throughout the 4-year curriculum. Students also work on design and problem solving applied to biomedical engineering challenges during each semester of their program.
The program includes a strong, broad foundation in engineering and biomedical sciences, followed by depth in an area of each student's choosing. Five areas of concentration are available:
- biomechanics of injury
- biomedical instrumentation
- biomedical imaging
- biomaterials and tissue engineering
- computational and systems biology
Students who wish have the opportunity to participate in biomedical engineering research during their undergraduate program.
Advising information is available to support decision making for both current and future students.
Admission to the program is by separate application. You will not be considered an applicant for the BME program until both (2) applications are submitted.
Student Ambassador Meeting
If you are interested in our program, please request a student ambassador visit so that you can spend a day with one of our current students!
Information for Admitted Students
Current Enrollment and Graduation Statistics
- As of Fall 2013, there are 91 students enrolled in the BSBME Program divided over 4 cohorts
- The first cohort of 18 students is due to graduate in May 2014