The U.S. Labor Department predicts that the fastest-growing area in engineering will be Biomedical Engineering. According to their data, jobs in the field of Biomedical Engineering are expected to grow from 16,000 to 27,600 in 2018, a growth of 72%. A recent U.S. News and World Report survey showed that Biomedical Engineering is one of the 50 BEST CAREERS.

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Why Study Biomedical Engineering?

The College of Engineering at UNT offers a unique undergraduate program in Biomedical Engineering that allows a student of the program to major in Biomedical Engineering, minor in mathematics and minor in an additional area of engineering. Thus, a student graduating from the 120 SCH program will be well rounded and have the engineering skills and expertise to work in industry, hospitals, or research institutions or to become a motivated entrepreneur.

Our program allows you to tailor your education to your own specialized interest by providing five areas of concentration: Bioinformatics, Biomedical Instrumentation, Biomechanics, Biotechnology, and Biomaterials. As well as a minor in mathematics and a minor in another engineering discipline of your choice, upon completion of the program.

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