This is an exciting time for life sciences
and biomedical engineering in general, and
especially for these two programs at Rose-Hulman.
The applied biology program will produce
biologists with the chemistry, mathematics, and
physics background needed to solve
biotechnological problems in the coming decades.
The biomedical engineering program will produce
engineers with the medical and biological
knowledge needed to solve many of the health care
problems that face our society. Both
programs will prepare graduates for careers in the
biotechnology and health-related industries, as
well as in government and industrial research
laboratories. Those wishing to continue their
studies in graduate or health professions programs
will be exceptionally well qualified to do so.
If you have any
questions about either the Applied Biology or the
Biomedical Engineering program, please feel free
to contact admissions at 812-877- 8213. For
details about the curriculum, see our web page by
clicking on the links at the left
or call the ABBE department at 812-877-6822.
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