Biomedical Engineering Department

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Accelerate your education

A combined Bachelor of Science (BS) and Master of Science (MS) in Biomedical Engineering degree program is available for motivated students working toward their BS in Biomedical Engineering.

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Undergraduate Programs

A biomedical engineering degree from Binghamton University prepares students for leadership positions in the biomedical industry, academy, business, education, and entrepreneurship and for success in global environment.

Pre-Med Biomedical Engineering (BS) 4+1 Biomedical Engineering (BS/MS)

Graduate Programs

The goal of the BME graduate program is to prepare students for careers in industry, academic, or research lab environments by offering a flexible program of coursework and mentoring that enables students to engage in creative and independent research on a cutting-edge research topic.

Biomedical Engineering (MS, PhD)
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    One of the Nation's Top 40 Public Universities

    U.S. News and World Report, 2016
  • #15

    #15 best value college in the nation

    Forbes, 2016
  • #4

    Best Value

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance, 2014

Our Community and Network

Our alumni are working in different industries across the globe, but they undoubtedly have a few things in common: passion, purpose and pride in their education from the Biomedical Engineering department.

BioMed Opportunities

Biomedical Engineering student's job market is rapidly growing as advances occur in the Bioengineering/Biomedical sciences impact on healthcare.

There are numerous opportunities for graduates with the specialized training offered at Binghamton University, considering the healthcare industry continues to expand.

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Last Updated: 4/12/17