BME Bachelor's Degree

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CSU's bachelor's program in Biomedical Engineering (BME) is the first BME bachelor's program in the state of Colorado. Our pathway approach allows students to pursue a full degree in Biomedical Engineering and also includes coursework in traditional engineering areas. This provides both breadth and depth of training that gives a competitive edge upon graduation. We invite you to take a look and see how it might fit for you.

Here are our Program Educational Objectives

Here are the Educational Outcomes of our program

Accreditation

Enrollment and Graduation Data

Program Overview

Earning two degrees in a five-year period is a challenging and rewarding way to gain the breadth and depth to help make you a successful biomedical engineer.

At Colorado State University, students earn Bachelor of Science degrees in Biomedical Engineering and one of the following :

  • Chemical & Biological Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Our industry advisors recommended the pathway approach.

We strongly encourage and will help you get hands-on opportunities such as research laboratory opportunities in and out of the classroom; internships; synergistic senior design project that includes both degrees.

Admissions Criteria (click  "+Engineering")

Here are guides that can give you a fuller picture of our program:

BME-CBE Curriculum Guide

BME-EE Curriculum Guide

BME-EE-L&O Curriculum Guide

BME-MECH Curriculum Guide

Cool Stuff

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Our faculty and their research

Job Outlook for BMEs

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For more information about the Biomedical Engineerining Bachelor's program, please contact:

sbme-info@colostate.edu.

 

For information about the BME Minor program, please contact:

Debra.Misuraca@colostate.edu.