Biomedical Engineering (Instrumentation, Signals and Imaging Track)
Biomedical engineers conduct research and study the engineering aspects of biological systems to create new devices and procedures to improve health and quality of life. The Instrumentation, Signals and Imaging Track focuses on electrical engineering with specialization in:
- biomedical instrumentation
- signal and imaging processing
- imaging devices and detectors
- system simulations
Students graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering.
- are actively involved in research funded by grants from the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation
- partner with local healthcare systems for on-site learning opportunities
- bring industry experience to the classroom
Experience biomedical engineering firsthand through our research facilities:
- Conquer Chiari Research Center
- Institute for Biomedical Engineering Research
Gain important practical professional experience through the optional co-op and placement program. Through co-op, you’ll alternate semesters of work and school following your sophomore year. As an added benefit, you’ll earn a competitive salary.
UA's highly regarded student design teams allow students at all levels to apply classroom theory to a major design project. Our design teams consistently rank highly in national and international competitions.
Interact with other engineering students and professionals in the field through organizations such as:
- Tau Beta Pi (engineering honors society)
- Women in Engineering
- National Society of Black Engineers
- Biomedical Engineering Society
- Engineers for a Sustainable World
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
- Biomedical Engineering - Instrumentation, Signals and Imaging Track — B.S.
- Biomedical Engineering - Instrumentation, Signals and Imaging Track - Co-op — B.S.
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