Outside the classroom, undergraduate gain real-world experience through research, industry internships and practical experiences. As early as the first year, students begin to explore BME research labs, and by the fourth year, they are performing cutting-edge and often publishable research work. This experiential learning will prove invaluable as students seek employment and/or graduate and professional school admission. Programs such as industry internships and co-ops will provide opportunities for students to apply their knowledge to solving real-world problems.
Potential Employment and Research Opportunities include:
· Tissue regenerations
· Biocompatible implants and prostheses
· Diagnose devices
· Therapeutic devices
· Drug delivery