You can pursue a bioengineering-focused curriculum in any of the following departments:
Bioengineering integrates the physical, chemical, and life sciences with engineering and mathematics for a range of applications concerning biology, ecology and human health. An engineer’s ability to design and analyze systems provides a solid foundation for studying living organisms and how they interact with their surroundings – whether during a controlled bioprocess, within the human body, in our planet's natural ecosystems, or under the weightless conditions of space flight.
If you want to pursue a career in bioengineering, then you should first choose a home department for your undergraduate or graduate studies, and then develop an academic plan incorporating elective classes that best align with your interests. Consult with an advisor in your major for more information.
CU Engineering offers a Minor in Biomedical Engineering, which can complement bachelor of science degree programs.