Biomedical engineering or bioengineering is an exciting discipline that applies the rigorous methods of physics, chemistry, mathematics and engineering to solve important and urgent biological and biomedical problems.

The Biomedical Engineering program at NC State University is administered by The College of Engineering. Established in 2001, the ABET accredited program continues to grow its leadership in education and research activities. In 2010, the department moved into its new state-of-the-art teaching facility and research labs in the Engineering Building III on Centennial Campus.

Undergraduate freshman entering this curriculum enroll in the College of Engineering as Engineering First Year Students, BME intent as their curriculum choice. After successfully completing Biology and the engineering unmatriculated requirements, you can apply to enter the program for the B.S. in Biomedical Engineering.  Keep in mind, graduation requires the completion of 125 semester hours of designated courses.