Biomedical engineers bridge the medical and engineering disciplines to improve health and society. Biomedical engineers are involved in the design of new medical devices such as prosthetics, artificial limbs and organs, medical imaging systems, neuroscience, wearable health sensors, health information technologies, and medical informatics, as well as numerous other applications.
Engineering physics provides students with broad exposure to applied physics across multiple fields.
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