Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering


Biomedical engineers improve health, fight disease, and aid persons with disabilities.

From the pioneering global impacts of our research to the hands-on, life-altering experiences of our students, the School of Biomedical Engineering leads the way. 

CSU new member of ARMI

A chance meeting at the International Conference on Biofabrication and a presentation by Dr. Richard McFarland, ARMI Chief Regulatory Officer, led one of the nation’s top research institutions to join the ARMI ecosystem.

Female student in laboratory

Advance your career with specialized training in biomaterials and tissue engineering from Colorado State University. Gain an in-depth understanding of biomaterials by studying the properties, processing, and economics of biomedical and biotechnology applications.

Biomedical engineers improve health, fight disease, and aid persons with disabilities.

Are you interested in designing medical instruments, devices, software to run medical equipment, or computer simulations to test new drug therapies?

Do you have a creative mind along with strong analytical, communication, math, and problem-solving skills?

Can you envision yourself working in manufacturing, universities, hospitals, or research facilities?

At CSU, graduates of the biomedical engineering (BME) program receive two degrees: one B.S. in biomedical engineering and the other B.S. in one of the three traditional engineering areas: chemical and biological engineering, electrical engineering or mechanical engineering.

“Industry doesn’t want to hire for biomedical engineering alone. The depth of another major makes candidates more desirable.”
Stuart Tobet
Director, School of Biomedical Engineering

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