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- BioD LLC Makes $1 Million Gift Commitment to UF BME
- BioD Receives U.S. Patent for Unique Placental Tissue Technology
- Dr. Peter McFetridge awarded the Tim Brahm Professorship
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- New Industry Partner: Sigma Aldrich Corporation
- RTI Surgical™ Announces Agreement With Novation
- Record BME Industry Partner Participation at the 4th Annual Pruitt Research Day
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42: Number of UF faculty elections to the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, the Institute of Medicine, or the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
We started our undergraduate program in Fall 2012 with the admission of 20 juniors. At the same time, we launched our PRE-BME (freshmen and sophomore) program with around 120 students. The BME junior year program is limited access through an application in Spring of the sophomore year.
Undergraduate Curriculum Summary
The BME B.S. degree consists of:
Science and Math Core (39 credits)
Biology Core (8 credits)
Engineering Core (22 credits)
BME Core (13 credits)
Labs (11 credits)
Tracks (15 credits)
General Education (18 credits)
The mission of the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) is to educate students with strong engineering and science backgrounds for Master’s and/or Ph.D. degrees in Biomedical Engineering so that they can productively apply their training to the solution of engineering problems in the fields of medicine, biology and related fields.
The BME Department is interdisciplinary and collaborative, with departments in the College of Engineering and College of Medicine acting as partners in the education of Biomedical Engineers. In addition to the general BME degree program, a concentration in Medical Physics (accredited by CAMPEP) is also offered at both the M.S. and Ph.D. levels.
Combined 4/1 (B.S./M.S.) degrees allow undergraduate students to start an M.S. degree while they're still an undergraduate student and double count 6-12 credits. These programs are demanding because they require graduate work from undergraduate students. If admitted, students should be able to complete their M.S. degree in one addtional year beyond their B.S. degree.
The following undergraduate programs offer B.S. degrees that can be combined with an M.S. in BME.
- Biological Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Materials Science Engineering