Bioengineers improve human health by applying the science and technology of engineering to clinical problems in medicine. If you are interested in working at the interface of life sciences, engineering and clinical medicine, while advancing scientific discovery on a medical school campus, this program is for you.
The bachelor of science in bioengineering at CU Denver emphasizes the professional competencies of leadership, communication, presentation and critical problem solving. You will learn:
The bioengineering bachelor of science degree is a 128-credit-hour program that includes:
For a comprehensive overview and list of courses, refer to the Bioengineering Undergraduate Program Guide.
See the degree map for more information and a sample plan of study.
Average starting salary: $64,257 per year