Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

BME combined with Mechanical Engineering (MECH)

BME+MECH

NOTE: The BME+MECH pathway is considered a competitive major; admission requirements are higher and there is an admission cap. Apply early, as enrollment is limited.

Colorado State University bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering (BME) combined with a mechanical engineering (MECH) degree draws students interested in applying mechanical engineering principles to biological systems to analyze and design devices such as exercise equipment, prosthetic limbs, exoskeletons that work outside the body to enhance functionality of the body externally; or work with orthopaedic implants or biocompatible materials that work inside the body to enhance or replace bone or soft tissues.

Curriculum

For Honor students starting the BME+MECH Bachelor’s degree program
FALL 2018 and AFTER

BME+MECH Honors Track 1
BME+MECH Honors Track 2

For Honor students starting the BME+MECH Bachelor’s degree program
SPRING 2018 and PRIOR

BME+MECH Honors Track 1
BME+MECH Honors Track 2

The BME+MECH pathway at CSU provides students with two bachelor's degrees within 5 years.