Applies engineering design principles and computational tools to biology to produce materials more cheaply and sustainably, and to design and construct better-performing genetic systems quickly, reliably, and safely.
Preparation for a career managing and analyzing genomic and molecular data, applying techniques like statistical modeling, machine learning, databases, scripting, and bioinformatics tools.
Teaches how living systems sense, process, and respond to mechanical forces.
Preparation for careers in industries that apply fundamental biomaterials science and device design to markets for clinical product manufacturing, medical implants, pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, wearable technology, and other related fields.
Preparation for a range of career options within industries developing and/or applying multi-modal imaging modalities.
Learn to analyze and correlate engineering principles to existing medical, pharmaceutical products.
Introduces major problems addressed by bioengineers today, along with the modern methods used to solve them.