Bachelor's Degree in Biomedical Engineering
DegreeBachelor of Engineering
ContactDepartment of Biomedical Engineering1.email@example.com
Learn to apply design and analysis techniques as you engineer solutions to problems at the interface between physical and biological systems in the biomedical engineering bachelor’s program.
Biomedical engineers design devices and instruments that improve the quality of life for medical patients and aid physicians in medical diagnosis and treatment of disease, such as total implantable hearts, pacemakers and defibrillators, imaging devices, prostheses, replacement parts, portable EKG machines, and heart-lung machines.
The biomedical engineering program at Stevens exposes you to a broad-based, multidisciplinary curriculum that not only trains you in the fundamentals of math, science and engineering, but also in biology, physiology and the interactions of engineering materials with biological surfaces.
In this program, you'll experience a strong design component that includes a capstone senior design project — a team effort to design, build and test a medical device. You'll also get extensive laboratory experience in cutting-edge research with faculty in areas like biorobotics, brain-machine interface, spinal implants, lung mechanics, emergency medicine (with Hoboken University Medical Center), and tissue engineering.
Biomedical Engineering Research
Major advantages of studying biomedical engineering at a premier research institution like Stevens include support for your ideas, great mentors and the best tools for your research. Learn more about research in the Department of Biomedical Engineering.
More Advantages to our Program
Work with real data sets and case studies for real companies
Optional pre-health sequence for students pursuing careers in healthcare
Credits eligible for the Accelerated Master's Program
Guest speaker series
Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering
Neuroengineering and Biomedical Imaging
Putting You on Track for Professional Success
The biomedical engineering bachelor’s program develops in-demand knowledge and skills to put you on track for career success in the biotech industry, to enter medical school, or to continue your education in graduate or professional school. Career opportunities include:
Product Development Engineer
Medical Technology Developer
Potential hiring organizations include companies like: Mindray North America, Stryker, Ethicon, Zimmer Biomet, Johnson & Johnson, Weiss-Aug, Enhatch, Merck & Co., Regeneron