Biomedical engineering involves the application of engineering principles and methods to define and solve problems in medicine and biology. Students choose biomedical engineering to be of service to people, for the challenge of working with living systems and to apply advanced technology to problems of healthcare delivery.
Biomedical engineering careers can be found in industrial, healthcare, academic, private laboratory and government settings. The typical biomedical engineer will work in a team environment that may include physical scientists, engineers, clinicians and life scientists.
- Graduates of the Biomedical Engineering program from University of Texas at Dallas seek positions including: Research and Development Engineer in areas such as bioinstrumentation, biomaterials, biomechanics, tissue engineering or rehabilitation engineering and Consulting Engineer in the public and private sector.
- Biomaterials and Medical Devices
- Self-Assembly of Biomaterials
- Biomedical Microdevices
- Nanotechnology and Sensors
- Engineering Systems: Modeling and Simulation
- Physiology and Immunology for Engineers
- 12 months
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