Engineering Student Services Team
Biomedical Engineering is an interdisciplinary field in which engineering principles and tools are applied to solve biomedical problems. By its very nature, it is broad and requires a depth of understanding in engineering as well as in physiology and other biological sciences. Biomedical Engineering plays an increasingly important role in medicine and in projects that range from basic research in physiology to advances in biotechnology and the improvement of health care delivery. As a student, you can find more information below that pertains directly to your major.
Specific curriculum and technical elective inquiries may be directed to your assigned Faculty Advisor.
It is important to declare your concentration to ensure your Degree Progress Report and Academic Progress Level is up to date for registration.
Please note: a change of concentration will appear on your transcript, so it is important you are confident with your decision.
In order to declare your concentration, follow the procedure below:
As curriculum changes between different catalog years, you may question what courses automatically transfer between catalogs. The following changes below apply to BMED majors only and a petition will not be required.
ENGR 459 + ENGR 460 + ENGR 461 + BMED 400 (8 units) - OR -
ENGR 463 + ENGR 464 + ENGR 465 + BMED 400 (8 units)
2015-17 through 2017-19
(pursuing Bioinstrumentation Concentration)
Approved Technical Elective -
This could reduce the minimum units in the concentration to 29 units
Approved Support Elective -
3.5 excess units from a CHEM 124 equivalent course +
0.5 excess unit from a PHYS 131 or 141 or 132 or 133 equivalent course
Department flowcharts provide an example of an academic plan. The flowcharts serve as a guide for planning purposes.
Curriculum sheets provide an outline of all the requirements needed to complete a degree.