Department of Bioengineering
In Bioengineering, engineering and the life sciences work together to advance human well-being and solve problems of the biological world.
From the development of biofuels to the creation of biotechnology, bioengineering plays a role in many areas of contemporary engineering.
At the same time, the role of engineering in medicine continues to increase rapidly, as:
- sophisticated medical equipment enhances the skill of surgeons
- better diagnostics supplement the experience of health practitioners
- wearable technology helps to keep us in good health and free from disease
- BS in Bioengineering
- BS in Bioengineering - Biomedical Engineering Concentration
- BS/MS in Bioengineering - Accelerated Program
- MS, PhD in Biomedical Engineering & Biotechnology - Interdisciplinary Program
- Minor in Bioengineering
Excellence in bioengineering
The department’s faculty members are excellent teachers, active researchers, and recognized innovators, with a focus on:
- systems that can replace the body's organs
- machines that incorporate living cells
- infrastructure that works with the natural world
- data systems that complement our brains
Our up-to-date classrooms, laboratories, and facilities make cutting-edge learning and discovery possible—with research opportunities available at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.