You have an interest in medicine and a desire to impact lives and make a difference. Realize your goals with a biomedical engineering degree from Michigan Tech. You’ll work closely with faculty (our classes are kept small for a reason) and get involved early with hands-on research—studying the effect of materials on expression of vascular growth factors, the application of biomedical engineering in rural health care, or our ongoing study of bone metabolism and osteoporosis in black bears (which has received recognition by the national news media) — pretty crazy, right?
Choose your Focus
As a biomedical engineering major, you can focus on technical areas such as:
- Biomechanics - Biomaterials/tissue engineering
- Cardiovascular engineering
- Medical instrumentation
- Medical imaging/optics
- Pre-professional health
What You Need to Know About This Program
With an undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering, you’ll find work in a wide range of growing fields including the biomedical device industry, the emerging biotechnology industry, government/regulatory agencies, and hospitals/medical centers. You and Michigan Tech really can make the world better—one biomedical engineer at a time.
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Last updated December 4, 2017