Biomedical engineers conduct research, design, develop and evaluate systems and deliver products to solve health-related problems. They apply science and technology to support improved healthcare.
Our graduates continue in advanced study in engineering, medicine or the sciences or professional practice as a biomedical engineer in industry.
You’ll be trained in:
- clinical application of biomedical engineering tools, product development
- manufacturing and commercialization in the biomedical industry
- participation in diverse teams
- biomedical research
The Biomedical Engineering department is endowed by the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation, the Ware Foundation and the State of Florida. We have a growing alignment with the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and the College of Arts and Sciences. We are the only department in the nation offering an accredited BS in Biomedical Engineering at a Minority- and Hispanic-serving institution.
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