Studying biomedicine may be an ideal choice for a student seeking to pursue a job in a health-related field. Biomedicine includes the study of anatomy and physiology, and may lead to a career as a biologist, surgeon, physician or other medical professional.
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Carleton’s Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc) is a wide-ranging and career-focused program that will provide you with the skills required to succeed in the rapidly changing wo ... +
The field of mathematical biology is more specialized than other disciplines, but one that is gaining in popularity with the wealth of data tools and concepts in modern molecu ... +
The Biomedical Humanities program prepares students for careers rooted in the sciences and equips them to participate in fields such as medicine, law, pharmacy, and public hea ... +
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biomedical Sciences program prepares students for futures in a changing world by giving them a strong academic foundation in the sciences and ... +
SCIT's Biomedical Engineering program introduces students to the medical applications of engineering. Courses branch out from firm foundations in electronics and mathematics t ... +
The bachelor’s degree in biological science at McNeese combines interdisciplinary study, scientific research, community service and professional activities to teach students t ... +
Biomedical Engineering (BME) is a multidisciplinary field that incorporates engineering and science concepts to solve many problems in human health and medicine.
What can you do with a degree in Biomedical Engineering (BME)? BME is among the most versatile degrees you can earn to make a difference at the intersection of engineering and ... +
This degree will give students an excellent, well-rounded academic foundation to build a professional life upon or to further their scholastic career in health sciences or hea ... +
Biomedical engineering education at Carnegie Mellon reflects the belief that a top biomedical engineer must be deeply trained in both traditional engineering practice and biom ... +