BME UG Handbook 2017 ( Free PDF )


  • Who are we?
  • Overview of Our Graduate Programs
  • ABET – Qualification Program for Engineers
  • BME qualifications and BE qualifications
  • Transfer and transfer
  • Course requirements
  • Best list of 4-year courses
  • 4-year design
  • BME Honors Program
  • Access
  • Course requirements
  • Thesis and defense honor certificate
  • Main BME program Accelerated BE-MS program
  • Access
  • Course requirements
  • Master list of 5-year plan
  • Small BNG for BIO and BCH
  • Access
  • Course requirements
  • Best list of Kleine BNG
  • BME course description
  • Quick guide to planning and choosing techniques
  • BME course description
  • Giving advice
  • General Conference BME (including BE-MS)
  • BNG Tips
  • Career planning
  • Experiential learning
  • SBU Career Center and Handshake
  • Professional website
  • Media/Professional contacts
  • Career preparation for medical, dental, or law school.
  • Appendix (graphics showing course sequence and content)


The Biomedical Engineering program at Rutgers University was originally established in 1965 as an electrical department and offers a master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering. In 1986, the State of New Jersey formally recognized the Rutgers Department of Biology as an independent institution within the School of Engineering with sole responsibility for awarding the M.S. degree. and Ph. D. degree in biomedical engineering. The department developed graduate programs in collaboration with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) in 1to provide a strong foundation in basic biomedical sciences and comprehensive technical training. The Biomedical Engineering undergraduate program was launched in 1991 as an “Applied Sciences” program at the Faculty of Engineering; The BME degree was recognized by the university in 1997 and by the state in 1999. The achievements of biomedical technologies are applicable in our daily lives. Past and current developments at Rutgers include: online and operating room analysis techniques for brain tissue damage in Parkinson’s disease; an artificial hand with fingers; the use of virtual reality to repair artifacts; a revolutionary technique for producing large quantities of new biopolymers for injection; and rapid NMR structural analysis of proteins, balloons, and pacemakers.

 The BME program currently offers three main curricular options: 1) biomedical informatics, imaging, and instrumentation, 2) biology and rehabilitation techniques, and 3) tissue engineering and bioengineering. Bioinformatics, Design and Instrumentation offers training in computational methods, various imaging techniques, design of bioelectronic devices, and modeling of microscopic and macroscopic biomedical phenomena. The emphasis on biology and clinical application provides guidance for the development of tools aimed at improving human performance. In tissue engineering and molecular bioengineering, students apply materials science, biology, and cell biology and engineering principles to tissue design, biology, and molecular medicine by pursuing problems at the cellular, molecular, and nanoscale levels. The comprehensive education offered by these departments allows students to choose from career options. Most graduates work as biomedical engineers in large and small companies. A growing number of graduates are finding good jobs in government and government agencies, including the Patent and Trademark Office and many national laboratories for advanced research. The program also prepares qualified students to earn a Master’s or Doctoral degree. D. degree in biomedical engineering. Additionally, students are ready to obtain the qualifications required for admission to medical and law schools, business management and other professional courses. There are many exciting opportunities for undergraduate research. The department recently established a Biomedical Technology Research School. Additionally, the department participates in the research program of the James J. Slade Scholars School of Engineering. Both elective programs may be open to qualified students who begin working toward the M. degree by age. S. degree or Ph.D. D. is in his last year of university education.

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