Biomedical engineering involves learning about biology in new ways and developing new tools to diagnose and treat disease and to repair or replace diseased organs. Many students select biomedical engineering to be of service to people and for the excitement of working in a health field.
The minor requires a minimum of 15 credit hours of course work. The following courses are necessary to fulfill the requirements of the minor:
- BME 2101
- 12 credits selected from BME 3000-level courses, BME 4000-level courses (BME 4999, Independent Study, may not be used to meet the minor requirement) CSE 3800, 3810; MSE 3700 or 4701.
The minor is offered by the Biomedical Engineering Department.