Current Students

The Bioengineering Undergraduate Program
Complete Overview of the Bioengineering Undergraduate Program: This multidisciplinary training program enables graduates to become competitive for an entry-level position in the biomedical industry or to become competitive for an entry-level position in the biomedical industry or to continue their education in graduate school or medical school.

Currently there are three Bioengineering concentrations:

  • Biomedical Signals and Systems – The BMSS concentration emphasizes the systems and methods for acquisition and integration of biomedical signals.
  • Bioengineering Health Care Informatics – The BHI concentration focuses on the management, analysis and visualization of data related to biomedical and healthcare applications.
  • Prehealth – The BMPH concentration is for Bioengineering students who are seriously considering a career path as a health care professional in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, optometry, podiatry, etc.

Honors College
For students who are or seek to be part of the Honors College while pursuing a degree in Bioengineering can find general information here or check out the Bioengineering HONORS Advising sheets for the following concentrations:

  • HONORS Biomedical Signals and Systems – The BMSS concentration emphasizes the systems and methods for acquisition and integration of biomedical signals.
  • HONORS Bioengineering Health Care Informatics – The BHI concentration focuses on the management, analysis and visualization of data related to biomedical and healthcare applications.
  • HONORS Prehealth – The BMPH concentration is for Bioengineering students who are seriously considering a career path as a health care professional in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, optometry, podiatry, etc.

Electrical Engineering Undergraduates with Bioengineering Concentration:
Following the Electrical Engineering curriculum closely, the concentration focuses on bioinstrumentation.