Interdisciplinary training tailored to your passions.
The undergraduate Biomedical Engineering curriculum at CU Boulder incorporates interdisciplinary courses to provide a balanced education in the fundamentals of engineering and human physiology. With an emphasis on biomedicine, mechanics and materials, we'll prepare you for a wide range of careers in fields of medicine and engineering that lie at the frontier of innovative healthcare.
Starting your freshman year, you'll receive hands-on education encompassing a wide range of topics including engineering design, math, chemistry, physics, biology, and computation. As a senior, you'll be enrolled in our year-long capstone course where you'll collaborate with other aspiring engineers on a comprehensive design project. At CU Engineering, you'll also have opportunities to pursue mentoring, research, internships, and professional advice through student groups like the Biomedical Engineering Society.
New degree programs are able to seek ABET accreditation after graduation of their first cohort of students. Biomedical Engineering will seek accreditation in 2023 through the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.