Biomedical Engineering - Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Track
Biomedical Engineering Fundamentals
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.
- Core curriculum provides solid background in engineering principles
- Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Track focuses on mechanics principles, along with basic chemistry, to specialize in:
- material interactions with biological structures
- drug-delivery systems
- tissue engineering constructs
Degree work prepares you to pursue the joint M.D./Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering between the College of Engineering and Northeast Ohio Medical University.
- are actively involved in UA's Institute for Biomedical Engineering Research
- conduct research at area hospitals and related health care facilities
Experience biomedical engineering firsthand through our research facilities:
- Nine major labs to use for classroom projects and individual research
- Undergraduate students work with faculty members on a wide range of research activities in biomechanics, instrumentation, signals and imaging
Real World Experience
Gain important practical professional experience through the optional cooperative education program in the engineering field of your choice. 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.
Engineering Student Organizations
Interact with other engineering students and professionals in the field through organizations such as:
- Tau Beta Pi (engineering honorary)
- Women in Engineering
- National Society of Black Engineers
- Biomedical Engineers Society
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
- Biomedical Engineering - Biomaterials and Tissues Track — B.S.
- Biomedical Engineering - Biomaterials and Tissues Track - Cooperative Education — B.S.
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