If you’re interested in working towards shaping the future of human health, biomedical engineering is an exciting area of study for you to consider. 

You’ll use the latest experimental and computational techniques at the intersection of biology, medicine, and engineering. You’ll learn about biomaterials, tissue engineering, orthopedics, medical devices, molecular therapies, bioinstrumentation, cardiovascular, biosensors, and ergonomics/human factors engineering.

As a graduate student in biomedical engineering, you’ll also have a chance to join with faculty members on exciting research projects you’ll help to create from the ground up.