FAQs

What is Biomedical Engineering?


Biomedical Engineering is an emerging field that combines engineering principles and applies it to medicine for healthcare purposes. In their second year, students take common core courses to prepare them for specialization in one of four streams – Cellular Bioengineering, Biomechanics & Biomaterials, Biomedical Systems & Signals, or Biomedical Informatics.




What is the BMEUSA?


The Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Student Association is the organization that represents the interests of all undergraduate Biomedical Engineering students to the faculty, the industry, and to the Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS). We organize academic and social events, as well as take care of sports tournaments, merchandise, and student feedback.




How can I get involved with the BMEUSA?


The BMEUSA Council is currently comprised of 11 executive positions. All members hold voting privileges and must be elected. Elections for all executive positions on Executive Council are run in March of each year. If you do not want a particular position, but still want to help, anyone is welcome to attend our weekly council meetings. For more information on time and location, please visit our event calendar.





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