The bioengineering undergraduate program prepares students for careers in rapidly developing areas of biomedical engineering and bioprocessing. Students receive the training to pursue further education in graduate school or medical school or have strong preparation for a career in the biotechnology industry.

Bioengineering Undergraduate Curriculum

The B.S. degree is organized around a core of required courses and a selection of elective courses from three specialization areas. The specialization electives provide a flexibility that can be used to create a focus in: cellular and molecular engineering; bioinstrumentation, imaging and optics; or biomaterials and biomechanics.

Conservation principles as a unifying foundations course for the Bioengineering curriculum
Integration of biology and engineering in the undergraduate curriculum at Rice University
Laboratory courses focused on tissue engineering applications
Mailing Address:
Rice University
Department of Bioengineering
PO Box 1892
Houston TX 77251-1892
Physical Address:
Rice University
Department of Bioengineering
Suite 116 Keck Hall
6100 Main Houston TX 77005
Phone: 713.348.5869

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