Biomedical engineering allows a student to work as an engineer at the intersection of technology and the biomedical sciences, by integrating physiology, biology, and medicine to develop methods of solving clinical problems in medicine and surgery. Earning a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering prepares the NJIT student for a rewarding engineering career in the biomedical engineering industry, the pharmaceutical industry and medical centers or a promising opportunity for graduate study in biomedical engineering, bioinformatics, medicine, dentistry, business and law.
NJIT offers an exciting education in biomedical engineering. New studio-based courses combine faculty lectures with hands-on experience. Theory is learned in the context of real-life applications. Students are encouraged to explore the breadth of the field through many opportunities - design new instrumentation, study advanced computer applications in medicine and pharmacology, research new biomaterials, apply laser technology to treat disease, build micro and nano machines, and work on new prosthetic devices.
Learn more at http://biomedical.njit.edu . . .
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What is biomedical engineering? Graduate student David Paglia explains