Bachelor in - Biomedical Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
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Biomedical engineering education at Carnegie Mellon reflects the belief that a top biomedical engineer must be deeply trained in both traditional engineering practice and biomedical sciences. The unique additional major program leverages extensive collaborations with sister departments in the College of Engineering and with major medical institutions in Pittsburgh. This collaborative approach, combined with rigorous engineering education, confers unique depth and breadth to the education of Biomedical Engineering graduates.
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