The curriculum at Widener encourages analytical thinking in a hands-on environment. You will share a common curriculum with all engineering majors with a focus on the fundamentals of mathematics, science, and engineering during your freshman and sophomore years. You can pursue technical electives within biomedical engineering that include topics such as bioimaging, cell and tissue engineering, biosignal and biomedical devices, and rehabilitation engineering.
Through your biomedical engineering courses, you will work with other health-care professionals in training while experiencing clinical immersion opportunities.
During senior year, you'll participate in a year-long project that simulates both the technical and business aspects of a professional engineering project, ranging from creative conception and design to prototyping and validation. Patenting is often a part of this process.
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