Engineer innovative solutions for health
In the Biomedical Engineering (BME) undergraduate program, you'll develop knowledge in engineering fundamentals, physiology, and design. Hands-on labs will give you experience modelling, prototyping, and testing biomedical systems. By graduation, you'll be ready to design and build tomorrow's innovative healthcare technologies.
As part of the Department of Systems Design Engineering, the Biomedical Engineering undergraduate program is highly interdisciplinary with instructors from a range of engineering fields - Systems Design, Electrical and Computer, Chemical and Mechanical and Mechatronics - as well as other areas across campus, including Biology, and the School of Anatomy.
Combine biology with applied sciences and engineering to solve health-related problems. This section provides information about the Biomedical Engineering undergraduate program and how to apply.
Whether you’re a first year student, or about to graduate from the Biomedical Engineering undergraduate program, this section provides important resources and information.
Scholarships and awards
There are hundreds of undergraduate awards for students newly admitted to first-year studies and for students currently enrolled in undergraduate programs.
Explore the countless opportunities for biomedical engineers to play a pivotal role in developing solutions for healthcare challenges.