Salary and Career Info
Biomedical Engineering BS
A biomedical engineering BS combines engineering with biology and medicine to create innovation solutions that improve human health.
Students solve engineering problems by drawing on core science and lab training, including chemistry, physics, cell and molecular biology, bio-compatibility, anatomy and physiology. They contribute to multidisciplinary teams of engineers and scientists focusing on engineering solutions for the human body. Students utilize math skills to formulate and solve biomedical problems and interpret results of clinical studies and translate them in terms of engineering design constraints.
Program facilities equipment
Bioexperiment Preparation Lab, Materials & Cell Dynamics Lab, Cell Culture, 3D printing, micro fabrication, High Performance Computing and Visualization Lab, Biomedical Signal & Imaging Analysis Lab, Fabrication Lab, Integrated Neuroimaging (INI) Lab, Biomedical Modeling, Biomedical Instrumentation & Measurement Lab, Microscale Bioseparations Lab, The Biomimetic & Assistive Devices Lab, Microfluidics Fabrication Lab, Microscopy Lab, NanoBio Device Lab, Biological Microsystems Lab
Program job titles
Biomedical Engineer; Bioprocess Engineer; Bioprint Engineer; Regulatory Affairs Engineer; Computational Biologist; Production Engineer; Quality Engineer; Project Engineer; Systems Engineer
Select program hiring partners
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals; Inc.; Ortho Clinical Diagnostics; Moderna; Insulet; DEKA Research and Development; Roche Diagnostics; Rheonix; Inc.; Qualitrol Company LLC (A Fortive Company); Pfizer; Inc.; Novo Nordisk; Medline Industries; Inc.; Cook Medical; Bristol Myers Squibb; Brainlab; Inc.; Biogen; Baxter (formerly Hillrom); Bausch & Lomb; Johnson & Johnson
Outcome Rates for Biomedical Engineering BS
|Outcome||% of Students|
|Full-time Graduate Study||14.71%|
What’s different about an RIT education? It’s the career experience you gain by completing cooperative education and internships with top companies in every single industry. You’ll earn more than a degree. You’ll gain real-world career experience that sets you apart. It’s exposure–early and often–to a variety of professional work environments, career paths, and industries.
Co-ops and internships take your knowledge and turn it into know-how. Your engineering co-ops will provide hands-on experience that enables you to apply your engineering knowledge in professional settings while you make valuable connections between classwork and real-world applications.
The biomedical engineering degree requires students to complete four blocks (roughly 48 weeks) of cooperative education.