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Biomedical Engineering, BSME

Biomedical engineers integrate engineering skills with the understanding of the complexity of physiological systems, from the cellular level to the whole body, in order to improve healthcare. Biomedical engineers design instruments, devices, and develop computational models of physiological systems and signals. Some of the well-established specialty areas within the field of biomedical engineering are: bioinstrumentation; biomaterials; biomechanics; cell and tissue engineering; medical imaging; rehabilitation engineering; and quantitative modeling of physiology. Biomedical engineers are employed in universities, in industry, in hospitals, in research facilities of educational and medical institutions, in teaching, and in government regulatory agencies.

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Biomedical Engineering Curriculum – Graduating Class of 2024

Biomedical Engineering Curriculum – Graduating Class of 2025

Biomedical Engineering Curriculum – Graduating Class of 2026

Biomedical Engineering Curriculum – Effective Graduating Class of 2027