Bioengineering provides opportunities to investigate problems in areas as diverse as neuroengineering, biomaterials, biomechanics, and medical instrumentation.
Many courses emphasize lab work, such as exploring the properties of a frog muscle or using computers to simulate neural networks.
For undergraduates, the area provides excellent preparation for medical school or a wide range of other graduate programs. Graduate students pursue paths in academic or industrial research.
Overview of course offerings in Engineering Sciences and related fields.
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