UVP Bioimaging System Visionworks softwareExciting Times

This is an exciting time for the life sciences and biomedical industries in general, and particularly for the fields of Biology and Biomedical Engineering at Rose-Hulman.

The proximity and collaborative nature of the school's top engineering and other science departments offers students more opportunity for creative research. Students leave with a robust lab portfolio and a solid foundation for their career path.

The Biology Program prepares tomorrow's
biologists

  • with a solid, highly sought-after chemistry and
    physics background
  • skilled in the principles of scientific investigation, modern research techniques, and scientific communication
  • competitive and ready for medical school, PhD programs and industry
Our Biomedical Engineering Program produces engineers
  • well-prepared for careers in the biotechnology and health-related industries
  • competitive in fields of government and industrial research
  • exceptionally qualified to continue their studies in graduate or health professions

Hear our graduates on YouTube:

Biology Biomedical Engineering

Hands-On Approach

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At Rose-Hulman, we believe that high quality education in the life sciences requires a significant research component.

Collaboration

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Read about our collaboration with the Joint Replacement Surgeons of Indiana Research Foundation.

BBE Degrees

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See the degrees that the Biology and Biomedical Engineering department has to offer.

ABET EngineeringBiomedical Engineering Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes

Biomedical Engineering Program Enrollment and Degree Data

Our Biomedical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org
We were the first program to receive this accreditation in the state of Indiana.