Discover how to design and build biomedical equipment and devices for diagnosing medical problems and improving health for those in need.
Biomedical engineers speak two languages: that of the engineer and that of the health professional. They understand what is involved in examining people, evaluating their health, and understanding what is available to improve their quality of life. They also comprehend the science and mathematics behind these areas and can evaluate the potential of new devices and methods to improve on current technologies.
The Biomedical Engineering program at University of Hartford prepares students with a solid basis in a diverse variety of subjects related to biomechanics (bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, etc.); biofluids (blood flow, heart valves, airflow in the lungs, etc.); and bioinstrumentation, (the instruments and sensors used to measure physiological systems.)
Our biomedical engineering program is designed to prepare you for career success.
Along with rigorous academic training, you will gain hands-on experience throughout your time as a student. You will present your work to your peers and instructors, as well as to the public, and because our faculty work closely with leading health-related institutions and industries, you have opportunities to work on research projects and participate in internships.
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Applicants for graduate programs must have the equivalent of a bachelor’s degree with a minimum GPA equivalent to 2 on a US 4.0 grading scale. Admitted applicants typically have an undergraduate GPA of or better on a 4.0 scale. No exam grade should be lower than 4.5 (European grade scale) or D (American grade scale).
Your GPA (Grade Point Average) is calculated using the grades that you received in each course, and is determined by the points assigned to each grade (e.g. for the US grading scale from A-F).
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