Where Engineering Meets Biology and Medicine
Our minor in biomedical engineering is designed for students interested in applying engineering principles to medical and biological problems. The minor is particularly suitable for students pursuing majors in engineering, physics or another applied science and who are seeking careers in health-related professions.
Why Minor in Biomedical Engineering at Clarkson?
Engineers with skills that integrate engineering principles with an understanding of biology and medicine are in increasing demand. The minor in biomedical engineering gives you these skills.
You'll leave Clarkson with the ability to apply biomedical engineering principles to improve the quality of life for people with medical conditions or disabilities.
What You’ll Learn
You'll learn key concepts and principles of biomedical engineering through hands-on learning. You'll focus on how biomedical engineering solves complex engineering problems in industry, government and academic settings.
This minor is connected closely with the biomedical science and technology minor. Students from both minors participate in shared core courses along with a multidisciplinary capstone design course.