The Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences is a broadly interdisciplinary degree, drawing on knowledge from both science and engineering. Students take a common set of core courses from several disciplines.
For more in-depth study, they select an option in Biology, Chemistry, or Psychology along with a concentration in one of four engineering fields: Biochemical Engineering, Bioinformatics, Biomaterials, or Biomechanics.
Biomedical Sciences Learning Outcomes:
Students in Biomedical Sciences should be able to:
1. Read, understand, and interpret research papers
2. Design and conduct scientific research and engineering design projects
3. Analyze quantitative research data
4. Communicate scientific information
Please visit the NMT Course Catalog (PDF) for the latest program requirement information.