A concentration in biomedical engineering consists of 33 credits of interdisciplinary coursework in engineering, exercise science, and biology with courses such as genetics, anatomy & physiology, and biomechanics. This program will prepare you to confidently enter the world of biomedical engineering with the skills to design and improve medical devices such as prosthetics, artificial organs, and medical imaging devices. As a biomedical engineer, you may also develop instrumentation, medical information systems, and health management delivery systems to improve healthcare organizations.
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The public health concentration consists of 33 credits of health & business-related coursework. The program combines an array of health-related courses such as virology, environmental health, genetics, and zoonotic disease, with foundational business classes such as business ethics and data analysis. By choosing this broadly applicable concentration, you’ll be poised to join the workforce in any number of jobs that fall under the public health umbrella. Most of these jobs include a focus on disease surveillance and prevention and the promotion of community health either as an educator, policy creator, or advocate.
(Available Fall 2024)
The technology management concentration consists of 33 credits of marketing, accounting, project, operations, risk, and supply chain management coursework. You will develop effective data visualization along with written and verbal communication skills that will enable you to lead successful product development teams. This concentration will give you the technical and business skills required to successfully launch new products or become an entrepreneur.