|By Jmstnfrd08 (Jmstnfrd08) on Saturday, April 03, 2004 - 11:21 am: Edit|
Does anyone know whether there is a biomedical engineering major for undergrads? I've tried searching for this information but have gotten different answers. In their guidebook, it lists "biomedical computation" under the engineering majors, and I know that they have a new Bio-X facility out there (is that for graduates?) but on their website it doesn't list BME as a major for undergraduates. Does this major exist? If so, is it pretty well established?
|By Lean (Lean) on Saturday, April 03, 2004 - 01:01 pm: Edit|
The Bioengineering department at the Bio-X facility now does not offer a formal undergrad major at present but should do so in the near future. There has been for a number of years course requirements set up and approved that will let students get an bioengineering undergrad degree under either the biomechanical engineering or biomedical computations track. These courses are described in the catalogue. The undergrads can do research in the labs of the Bio-X facility faculty and more professors are being hired in this area. This new facility is an awesome place with easy access to the medical school, engineering school and biological science departments.
|By Flamingo (Flamingo) on Monday, April 26, 2004 - 08:12 pm: Edit|
If you are seriously considering bioengineering, UCSD has an extremely strong program, and will probably take you far (as you are probably smart enough to be able to remain at the top of the class).
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