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Stevenson University Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
Stevenson University

Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering

Owings Mills, USA

4 Years


Full time

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USD 18,867 / per semester



The Biomedical Engineering curriculum at Stevenson University prepares students to solve important human health-related scientific problems through the application of engineering principles, ideas, methods, and inventions. The program emphasizes critical and creative thinking in addition to technical skills and knowledge and provides students with opportunities to apply these skills and knowledge to the solution of real-world problems. A strong foundation in basic sciences and math, including biology, chemistry, physics, and data analysis, coupled with specific biomedical engineering coursework provides students with a broad interdisciplinary background for careers in a wide variety of fields including biomechanics, biotechnology, rehabilitation, medicine and more.

The Biomedical Engineering program at Stevenson University nurtures students to become competent professionals and caring citizens who improve the health and well-being of others by:

  1. Making substantive progress in post-graduate training in biomedical and related fields or other professional programs and/or transitioning into professional practice in their chosen career path.
  2. Making purposeful and substantive contributions to their organizations, communities, and the biomedical field through creative problem solving, demonstrating compassion and empathy, and reflecting an understanding of social, environmental, and economic considerations.
  3. Succeeding in a broad spectrum of professional careers, such as research and development, medicine, and engineering, including fields such as medical devices and diagnostic systems, biomechanics, biotechnology, or rehabilitation.


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