Our program will prepare our students for fulfilling careers or advanced study by providing the basic knowledge and problem-solving experience necessary to develop their full potential.
- Knowledge of engineering principles, mathematics and computational methods;
- Knowledge of the human anatomy and physiology, hierarchy and organization of biological systems from molecules, cells, tissues to organs, and structure, function and regulation of genes and proteins;
- Working knowledge of bioengineering laboratory practices.
Inquiry/Problem Solving/Professional Development:
- Ability to apply advanced mathematics, science, and engineering to formulate and solve problems at the interface of engineering and biology;
- Ability to make measurements on and interpret data from living systems, addressing the problems associated with the interaction between living and non-living materials and systems;
- Ability to think creatively, communicate effectively, learn independently, and to cooperate and work on projects within a team;
- Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility, and contemporary issues as they apply to bioengineering;
- Understanding of the impact of bioengineering solutions in a global and social context.