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Life Sciences – Biomedical Engineering, B.S.

Launch your career solving the world’s most pressing medical challenges by learning both the sciences and the latest technologies crucial to the biomedical engineering industry.

What You’ll Learn

The Life Sciences - Biomedical Engineering, B.S. helps you learn to leverage core biological principles to solve a vast spectrum of medical problems.

With a focus on biomedical engineering, your curriculum covers a range from calculus-based mathematics and anatomy to physiology and biomedical physics. You’ll infuse technology into your program by taking classes in computer programming, electrical circuits and electronics, and microprocessors, preparing you for graduate work in bioengineering.

Career Options

  • Biomedical Devices/ Instrumentation Technician
  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Biophysicist
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Physician
  • Medical Technologist
  • Robotics Fabricator

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How You’ll Succeed

Upon graduation, you’ll be ready to pursue a successful career in medicine and health-related fields, as well as many other areas of specialization.

Our major also fulfills all the requirements for entrance to medical school, or to pursue graduate studies in dentistry, podiatry, veterinary medicine, and other areas.

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Top-Tier Ranking

New York Tech is ranked among the top 50 regional universities in the North.

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