Biomedical Engineering Degrees

Biomedical Engineering programs can prepare students to become professionals that combine clinical medicine with medical technology. Students are expected to learn how to identify problems within the medical world, translating that problem into the language of engineering, and then developing a solution to the problem that meets the requirements of both the medical and engineering communities. Students in these programs can learn various disciplines, including biological, medical, and engineering science. This area of study has expanded greatly and now encompasses clinical engineering, biomaterials, and medical electronics.

Biomedical engineers create everything from wheel chairs to artificial hearts to contact lenses. Students in these programs learn about life sciences at the molecular level. They learn to become adept problem-solvers and to work effectively within a team environment. Throughout the programs, they integrate biology and engineering by focusing on design projects that have real-world implications.

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Biomedical Engineering Degrees

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