Electrical Engineering: Biomedical Engineering Option (B.S.E.E.)
What is the biomedical engineering option in electrical engineering?
The biomedical engineering (BME) option is intended to provide the core of knowledge expected of a computer and/or electrical engineer to provide engineering services in the biomedical field. Electrical and/or computer engineers with this option in biomedical engineering combine engineering principles with medical and biological sciences to design and create equipment, devices, computer systems and software used in healthcare.The BME option is embedded in both the electrical engineering (EE) program and the computer engineering (CE) program.
Why study electrical engineering at UNH?
You will work in a hands-on laboratory environment that reinforces traditional classroom learning while providing the real-world skills valued by employers. Seniors choose from a suite of professional technical electives and carry out a capstone design project tailored to their career objectives. You can complete an accelerated master’s program, participate on competitive teams at national competitions and gain hands-on experience at the UNH InterOperability Lab, where you will work alongside top tech companies to test their networking equipment before it hits the market. This ABET-accredited program has a high placement rate because of its great reputation among industry employers.
- Advanced manufacturing
- Biomedical engineering
- Education and research
- Embedded computer systems
- Semiconductors and IC Design
- Transportation and automotive