COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
The University of Utah’s College of Engineering is a premier research and educational institution that is developing cutting-edge technologies for the future.
From biosensors, neural engineering, computer visualization, advanced graphics and one of the world’s top video game development programs to robotics and renewable energy, the College is continually pushing the limits of what can be developed and commercialized.
ENGINEERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP CERTIFICATE
Take your engineering degree to the next level by earning an Engineering in Entrepreneurship Certificate. For students that have a passion for business, this is the perfect opportunity to learn how to create innovative solutions for the nation’s most pressing technological challenges. With an emphasis in hands-on learning, students in this 20-credit certificate program will learn from esteemed faculty and be involved in developing practical solutions alongside their peers.
Research shows that student involvement in clubs and organizations correlates with better GPAs. Engineering students at the U can choose from an array of clubs, societies, and associations that offer opportunities for students to connect with new people, develop leadership skills, and make a difference in the world.
GRAND CHALLENGE SCHOLARS PROGRAM
The Grand Challenge Scholars Program (GCSP) is a prestigious national program established by the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) to give students opportunities to work on some of this century’s most pressing global problems. Scholars will build a portfolio throughout their undergraduate experience documenting their work in any of 14 21st century global issues, called Grand Challenges by the NAE. Honorees will receive a certificate of achievement and recognition at graduation, along with a prestigious addition to their resumes.
STUDENT RECRUITMENT EVENTS
Have questions about the application process? Interested in learning more about research opportunities? Want to hear from current students and faculty? If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, then sign up to participate in a College of Engineering Undergraduate Recruitment event. From virtual and in-person camps to virtual student panels, there are many opportunities for you to learn more about the college and get engaged as soon as possible.
Biomedical engineering is the application of engineering principles and design concepts to medicine and biology for healthcare purposes.
Biomedical engineers combine engineering principles with medical and biological sciences, with the goal of designing and creating equipment, devices, computer systems, and software to be used in healthcare.
Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, the Biomedical Engineering department is internationally recognized for its research, discovery, and invention in the area of biomedical engineering, with research strengths in biomaterials, biomedical devices, neural engineering, and cardiovascular engineering.
Student Experiences at the U
Students can pursue original research projects or student involvement through the following:
- Office of Undergraduate Research
- Biomedical Engineering Entrepreneurship
- College of Engineering Entrepreneurship programs
- Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)
- Society of Women Engineers
Biomedical engineers work in a number of fields:
- Bioinstrumentation (using electronics to develop medical devices)
- Biomaterials (using materials to develop medical devices)
- Biomechanics (using mechanics to solve medical problems)
- Rehabilitation engineering (creating devices to assist with mental and physical rehabilitation)
- Systems physiology (how an organism’s internal systems function and respond to changes)
Biomedical Engineering BS
Biomedical Engineering Minor
Get Involved with COE
3pm - 6pm
Back to School ice Cream Social
Warnock Engineering Building - John and Marva (WEB) and Merrill Engineering Building - Joseph F. (MEB) and Rio Tinto Kennecott Mechanical Engineering Building