What do I need to do to graduate?
What are the biomedical classes like?
How do I get a job this summer/for my internship year/after I graduate?
Here are some easy answers to some of your questions. As always, we are committed to our members; if you have a question or comment about something you see or about something you don't, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you.
To complete your degree, you must meet all the course requirements
set by your corresponding engineering department (chemical, electrical,
etc). Detailed and current curriculum
sheets for all departments may be found here. In addition to
core courses, biomedical engineering undergrad students are required to
complete the necessary complementary studies courses to graduate. An outline
for these complementary courses may be found here.
In general, documents unique to biomedical engineering students are as follows: