As an engineering student at Messiah, you’ll explore both the art and science of engineering in preparation for creative professional practice. You’ll also consider the value and social impact of technology. In the biomedical concentration you’ll specifically consider the value of technology as it relates to the medical industry and the human body. The biomedical concentration teaches you how to apply mechanical engineering principles to health solutions, including work in medical assistive technology and medical equipment. Using engineering design and problem-solving skills, you’ll help advance health care diagnosis, treatment and recovery.
Job options for graduates of the biomedical engineering concentration:
The biomedical engineering concentration is offered through the Engineering major.