Bioengineering (Bioe) uses tools from biology, chemistry, physics, and math to solve engineering problems that arise in biological systems related to biomaterials, biomechanics, and prosthetics; cell and tissue engineering; molecular modeling; biomedical imaging and sensing; bioinformatics; nanomedicine; synthetic biology; and drug delivery.
The goal of research and education in Bioe is to advance fundamental understanding of how human biological systems function and to develop effective technology-based solutions to the wide spectrum of societal needs in human development and disease diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
Average Starting Salary (Bachelor’s Degree) UIUC – $65,375 NACE – $61,628
- BIOE 201: Conservation Principles
- BIOE 205: Circuits and Systems
- BIOE 302: Modeling Human Physiology
- BIOE 414: Biomedical Instrumentation
- BIOE 435 & 436: Senior Design I and II