We offer an ABET-accredited Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering degree program that features more than 45 hours of Bioengineering courses taught by award-winning faculty, an integrated co-operative education experience and a combined BS/MD program offered in conjunction with the University of Toledo College of Medicine. Please see the Undergraduate Program page for more details.
We offer various graduate programs, including coursework- and thesis-based MS programs, a Ph.D. in Engineering and our new Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. program offered jointly by the University of Toledo College of Engineering and College of Medicine. Please see the Graduate Programs page for more details.
The NSF/CDMI will be hosting its spring symposium on March 24 & 25, 2016. More information on the CDMI can be found here.
The Department will be hosting two Scholarship Day events - Feb 6 and Feb 13 - for students admitted to the Fall 2016 entering class. Registration information is available here.
We would like to welcome Dr. Aisling Coughlan as an Assistant Professor in Bioengineering. Aisling joins us from Purdue University where she was a Visiting Assistant Professor
in the School of Materials Science Engineering.
Two bioengineering seniors received awards at the Spring 2015 Commencement ceremony. Ms. Rachel Beeson received the Outstanding Senior for Campus and Community Contributions Award and Mr. Rodney Summers received the Outstanding Senior for College Contributions Award. Congratulations Rachel and Rod!
Professor Patricia Relue was awarded the Alice H. Skeens Outstanding University Woman Award by the University Women's Commission in recognition of exceptional contributions and achievment. Congratulations, Patty!