- Bachelor of Science
Are you interested in contributing to human health and quality of life? Biomedical engineering is an interdisciplinary field of study that integrates knowledge of engineering principles with the biomedical sciences. The field is very diverse, with biomedical engineers working in areas ranging from medical imaging to regenerative medicine.
The biomedical engineering curriculum has been designed to provide a solid foundation in mathematics, life and physical sciences, and engineering. Sufficient flexibility in the upper division requirements encourages students to explore specializations within the field, through the judicious selection of engineering and science electives. Our instructional program is designed to impart knowledge of contemporary issues at the forefront of biomedical engineering research.
- Research and Development Engineer
- Clinical Engineer
- Manufacturing Engineer
- Failure Analysis Engineer
- Regulatory Affairs Specialist
- Health Professional
- Translational medicine
- Boston Scientific
- St. Jude Medical
- Varian Medical Systems
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