combine principles of biology, chemistry, and engineering to develop new biologics, materials, devices, and processes. Bioengineers are in demand, with career opportunities in the pharmaceutical and food and beverage industries, alternative energy research, and medical device fabrication and testing.


Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Programs

Imagine yourself

  • Developing pharmaceuticals and drug delivery strategies.
  • Designing biomedical devices and diagnostics.
  • Improving the biocompatibility of implants.
  • Constructing tissues to replace impaired or lost functions.
  • Designing processes to produce new food products that use enzymes and living cells