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  • Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering

    Our top-ranked biomedical engineering curriculum integrates a thorough training in engineering with a wide-ranging curriculum of life sciences, research theory and systems physiology.
    Biomedical Engineering
  • BME Modular Medical/Dental Integrated Curriculum (MMEDIC)

    The Modular Medical Integrated Curriculum (MMEDIC) is a competitive early selection program designed for biomedical engineering students who are interested in becoming physicians.
    Biomedical Engineering
  • Concentration in Energy Technologies and Sustainability

    The Energy Technologies concentration for undergraduates allows students the opportunity to aquire, fundamental understanding of the environmental impacts of various energy technologies, leading to careers in green technology. 
    Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Concentration in Machine Learning

    Machine Learning is an important area of research and practice influencing many diverse application domains and industries. Students may add this concentration to any undergraduate degree within the College of Engineering.
    Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Concentration in Manufacturing Engineering

    In one of the nation’s oldest manufacturing engineering programs, engineering undergraduate students who add this concentration will learn topics ranging from manufacturing basics to real-world professional practice.
    Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Concentration in Nanotechnology

    Undergraduate students can explore the emergence of nanotechnology and its effects on biomedical, photonic, electronic and atomic systems.
    Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Concentration in Technology Innovation

    This concentration is a vehicle for introducing undergraduate engineers to an entrepreneurial mindset by understanding how technical innovations are translated into marketable products and businesses.
    Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Late Entry Accelerated Program: A Master’s Program for Non-Engineers (LEAP)

    A unique program that enables students without an undergraduate engineering degree to earn a master's degree in engineering.
    Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Product Design & Manufacturing, Robotics & Autonomous Systems, Systems Engineering
  • Master of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering

    A Professional Degree Customized Curriculum The Master of Engineering (MEng) degree in Biomedical Engineering is an individually designed professional master’s degree program for students who are focused on a career in the medical device and technology field. This flexible program can be completed in as little as two semesters of full-time study, but part-time options […]
    Biomedical Engineering
  • Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering

    Providing the necessary foundation in molecular- or systems-level biology/physiology and mathematics for students to pursue advanced biomedical engineering careers.
    Biomedical Engineering
  • MD/PhD in Biomedical Engineering (BME)

    This dual-degree program allows qualified students to obtain their MD and PhD degrees simultaneously through training and research conducted with the Biomedical Engineering Department and School of Medicine. Please see the home page of the MD/PhD program for more information.
    Biomedical Engineering
  • Minor in Biomedical Engineering

    Undergraduates can supplement their degree with an in-depth minor in biomedical engineering.
    Biomedical Engineering
  • Minor in Engineering Science (for non-ENG majors)

    This minor is designed for non-ENG students interested in gaining a general introduction to the concepts and applications of the field of engineering.
    Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • Non-Engineering Minors

    Engineering undergraduate students may pursue a minor at another School or College within Boston University
    Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
  • PhD in Biomedical Engineering

    As a PhD student, you will pursue theoretical and empirical studies in a topic area determined by your interests, while working with our world-renowned faculty. Students can enter the program directly after completing a bachelors degree, and earn a masters degree along the way. Students can also enter the program after completing a masters degree.
    Biomedical Engineering