Explore a Bachelor's degree in Bioengineering

Improving human health on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

Student-Faculty Ratio

At CU Denver, the student-faculty ratio in engineering is 24:1, and more than 50 percent of bioengineering courses have fewer than 20 students.

Dual-Campus Experience

A unique dual-campus program spans CU Denver and the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, and is the only of its kind in Colorado.

Hands-On Learning

19 companies, including Amazon, IBM and Lockheed Martin, provide industry input via the computer science advisory board.

Solve clinical problems in medicine using engineering technology, science and design principles.

  • to design new medical devices and technologies.
  • the body responds to implanted medical devices.
  • to discuss and present research and design to a variety of audiences.
  • to convey research results in a precise clinical, academic or entrepreneurial context.

The bioengineering Bachelor of Science degree is 128 credits comprised of:

  • CU Denver core curriculum required courses (24 credit hours)
  • Prerequisite bioengineering coursework (58 credit hours)
  • Upper-division bioengineering courses (46 credit hours)

See the degree map for more information and a sample plan of study.

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