The undergraduate program in Biomedical Engineering is built upon a rigorous engineering science foundation that is, in turn, based upon a broad curriculum of natural sciences, mathematics, electives in humanities and social sciences, and design. Although students are encouraged to concentrate their professional electives in a domain of interest in biomedical engineering (e.g., biomechanics, design, biotransport, biomaterials, or tissue engineering) or medical sciences (for pre-med students), there are no formal "tracks" within the sequence. The undergraduate curriculum is primarily designed to prepare our undergraduates for advanced study. More than two-thirds of our BSE graduates continue on to graduate or professional training after graduation from Tulane. We have a philosophy of 'rigorous breadth' in biomedical engineering which can best be characterized by the undergraduate curriculum described below.
Dr. Lars Gilbertson is currently Director of Undergraduate Studies
Undergraduate class advisors:
|Curriculum Class of 2014||Dr. Murfee|
|Curriculum Class of 2015||Dr. Moore, Dr. Gilbertson|
|Curriculum Class of 2016||Dr. Ahsan, Dr. Walker|
|Curriculum Class of 2017||Dr. Anderson, Dr. Khismatullin|
Tulane Course Listing
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