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Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering

Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering

  • QS World University Rankings
    801-1000
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 48 months
The Bachelor of Science degree in Bioengineering is offered by the University of the Pacific School of Engineering and Computer Science. Within a few years of graduating, Pacific graduates are expected to achieve one or more of the following Program Educational Objectives: Our graduates will have a thorough foundation in engineering, and relevant knowledge of life sciences and ethical issues that enables successful careers in providing services and developing technologies and products to improve human health. Our graduates will have a breadth and depth of opportunities, both academic and extracurricular, to enable them to develop their leadership and collaboration skills, especially the ability to communicate effectively. Through a variety of opportunities including senior projects, mentored research and co-ops in industry, government or academia, our graduates are well prepared to continue to acquire practical skills and experience. Our graduates will be qualified to practice as an engineer and/or pursue advanced study in bioengineering and related fields (e.g. MS, Ph.D., MD, DDS). Bioengineering is an extremely exciting field. By integrating information, methods and tools of engineering with knowledge found in the sciences and mathematics, it promises challenging careers in a broad range of fields, including medical research and the design of medical instruments, to name just a few. Student Outcomes (a) An ability to apply math, science and engineering. (b) An ability to design, conduct experiments and analyze, interpret data. (c) An ability to design to meet desired needs. (d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams. (e) An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems. (f) An ability to understand professional and ethical responsibility. (g) An ability to communicate effectively. (h) An ability to understand the impact of engineering in a global, economic, environmental and societal context. (i) An ability to engage in life-long learning. (j) A knowledge of contemporary issues. (k) An ability to use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. (l) An ability to apply engineering principles to life sciences. Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering Students must complete a minimum of 120 units of academic work in order to earn the bachelor of science in bioengineering. Students must also adhere to the University’s graduation requirements for bachelor degrees. Bioelectrical and Biomechanical Career Paths require a minimum of 32 units of Cooperative Education. Cooperative Education for the Biomedical Career Path is optional.

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