Biomedical Engineering (BS, Minor)
Binghamton University, State University of New York
USD 7,070 *
Earliest start date
* for new York state residents | for out-of-state residents and international residents - $26,160
Biomedical engineering encompasses the areas of biological, physiological, medical, and social systems, as well as other fields in which the design, development, or modification of complex, knowledge-intensive systems is a requirement.
Biomedical engineers will also learn about biodevices, pharmaceuticals, biomechanics, and bioinformatics while developing analytical and creative-thinking skills.
Internships, Research Opportunities, and More
Biomedical engineering students in the Watson School learn from and work with an outstanding and experienced faculty involved in leading research areas. Students who participate in undergraduate research have the opportunity to delve into a focused area of interest while gaining meaningful hands-on experience, applying technical skills, and putting their analytical and critical-thinking abilities to practice.
Research conducted in the Department of Biomedical Engineering includes:
- Biological soft matter mechanics
- Biomolecular and tissue engineering
- Complex systems and artificial life
- Drug delivery and molecular imaging
- In vitro and in silico models of organs and tissues
- Interactive evolutionary computation
- Stem cell and 3-D printing
You may also be interested in our accelerated/4+1 degree programs which allow students to complete their bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in just 5 years!
Scholarships and Funding
High-performing students are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships.
After You Graduate
Biomedical engineers can pursue advanced degrees in biomedical engineering, business, law, and medicine. Others enter the workforce in fields like food, environmental, and rehabilitation engineering, or at research institutions. A popular career field among biomedical engineers is healthcare, as it includes fascinating careers that work with pharmaceuticals, medical devices, artificial organs, prosthetics, medical instrumentation, and medical imaging.