The University of Rochester’s BME program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
This broad area offers many career opportunities, ranging from advanced research to engineering practice in industrial or clinical settings.
For more information about the program check out the program educational objectives and student outcomes.
A series of nine core courses provides a solid foundation in engineering principles of biomedical engineering practice. To ensure in-depth training in engineering, our students are required to complete a sequence of four courses in a focus area of biomedical engineering. These areas of concentration are:
- Biosignals and Biosystems
- Cell and tissue engineering
- Medical optics
The program is capped with a senior design course, required for all students. Several student senior design projects have resulted in start-up patents and companies, including MonoMano Cycling and SimPore.
Check out the undergraduate curriculum diagram for a visual outline of the undergraduate program.
Questions? Contact Taimi Marple, undergraduate program coordinator, at email@example.com or (585) 273-4754.