The University of Florida is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award bachelor, master, specialist, engineer, doctoral and professional degrees. The undergraduate program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.… Read More
The BME Undergraduate Program Committee will review applicants’ BME critical-tracking GPA and cumulative GPA as well as replies to short response questions within the online application. (See Admissions) for further details.)
At this time, we expect to receive around 120-150 applications.
Yes, the number of admitted students has gradually increased each year. We now admit up to 120 students for each cohort.
No, you can select a different major in which you track. You will have to also to track in BME. We will have a pre-BME degree audit available in ONE.UF to help you with that.
You are not at a disadvantage if you have AP credit, IB, Dual Enrollment, or transient credit that occurred prior to your enrollment at the University of Florida. We consider this a sign of your ability to excel in high… Read More
Current UF students who declare PRE-BME as their major will be advised by the BME department. BME advisors will work with these students to identify an alternate major of their interest. Students will be advised to track for their alternate… Read More
Retaking a critical tracking course may place you slightly behind in your course sequence, but will not markedly affect your critical tracking GPA. We only consider the best of the two grades on a retake of a critical tracking cours
No. Because Biomedical Engineering is very multidisciplinary, there are many paths to a career in this field. Biomedical Engineering is the application of traditional engineering expertise to analyze and solve problems in biology and medicine. This means that you do… Read More
A combination degree program (sometimes referred to as a combined degree program) is currently available (BSBME/MSBME). BME currently has combination degree programs established with four other engineering programs on campus.