Students graduating from the Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Program will:
- Be employed in careers of useful service to society, including scientific and technical areas within medicine, industry, and health care delivery.
- Demonstrate the ability to apply the basic principles of engineering and science, as well as problem solving skills and critical thinking, to a broad spectrum of biomedical engineering problems.
- Demonstrate their ability to work in teams and to effectively communicate and understand the broad social, ethical, economic, and environmental consequences of their lifelong education.
The program’s primary emphasis is on the fundamentals of biomedical engineering, but also allows students to personalize their curriculum. This exciting curriculum prepares students for careers in biomedical engineering and biotechnology, as well as careers in diverse areas such as medicine, law, business, and health care delivery. BME students learn to apply the principles of engineering and science, along with problem solving skills and critical thinking to a broad spectrum of problems in biomedical engineering. Further, BME is a sound foundation for life long education with its emphasis on the use of teamwork, effective communication skills and an understanding of broad social, ethical, economic and environmental consequences.