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Biomedical Engineering, B.S.E.
Biomedical engineers integrate engineering technology, biomedical science, mathematics, and creative problem-solving skills to improve health and quality of human life. They are innovators who design novel medical devices and build synthetic replacement components for the human body. Biomedical engineers develop life-saving technologies like artificial organs, surgical robots, and advanced prosthetics.
Grand Valley's Biomedical Engineering (B.S.E.) program prepares students for engineering careers and leadership roles. It integrates academic studies with hands-on learning and paid professional experiences in actual engineering companies. Grand Valley also offers a graduate program in engineering for those who want to expand their knowledge and skills.
Why Study Biomedical Engineering at Grand Valley?
- Prepare for a career where you can directly impact lives by
designing medical devices, modeling physiologic systems, and
developing medical instrumentation.
- Work with state-of-the-art motion capture equipment, tools for
testing physiologic signals, and advanced prototyping capabilities
to design and analyze biomedical systems.
- Complete real-world hands-on projects in small, student-focused courses.
- Partner with industry supporters who sponsor capstone design projects, fund engineering scholarships, and provide career opportunities.
- Join a group of successful graduates who have achieved a nearly
100% placement in industry-based careers or advanced graduate study.