B.S.B.E. in Biomedical Engineering
Prepare to create new medical devices, promote cutting-edge biotechnologies, and examine methods supporting a healthy life.
The University of Mississippi Biomedical Engineering program prepares students for the interdisciplinary world of biomedicine and technology. Students choose a track in Biomolecular Engineering, Biomedical Systems Engineering, or Bioinformatics.
The Biomedical Engineering program allows student to partner with the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Students also work with the University of Mississippi's world-class School of Pharmacy and Centers for Physical Acoustics and Natural Products to help create a dynamic educational experience.
Graduates of the program can enter careers in medical device design, biotech, pharmaceutical research and sales, and telemedicine. Biomedical engineering provides the skills and knowledge needed to pursue a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.).
Biomedical Engineering students can capitalize on internship experiences, as well as participate in undergraduate research projects.
B.S.B.E. in Biomedical Engineering Faculty
Biomedical Engineering draws its strength inside and outside the classroom from a dynamic faculty, whose diverse interests and experiences serve our students and surrounding communities.
Specific requirements for the B.S.in BME include Writ 100, Writ 101, or Hon 101; Writ 102, Liba 102 or Hon 102; Math 261-264, Math 353; Chem 105, 106, 115, 116, 221, 225; Phys 211, 212, 221, 222; Bisc 160, 161; Csci 251; Econ 310; Engr 310, 360, 400; El E 313, 314, 331; Ch E 307, 308; BME 200, 222, 333, 444, 461, 462.
Freshmen may directly enroll in biomedical engineering with an ACT Math score of at least 25 (or SAT equiv) and 3.0 high school core GPA. Students transferring into the program from other majors or other institutions must have 2.25 cumulative GPA and 25 ACT Math score or B in MATH 125 or higher math class.
Chris Patterson (BSME '01) is currently the Director of Marketing for the Thoracolumbar Degenerative Therapy Group at Medtronic Spinal in Memphis, TN. He is responsible for global strategy, pipeline development and commercialization of degenerative spinal therapies.
Students are encouraged to join an active Ole Miss Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) student chapter.