Staying on the Right Track
BME’s top priority is helping you succeed. Here you will find information about the department’s undergraduate academic adviser, degree plans, policies and procedures, course registration, and tutoring.
Your BME undergraduate adviser assists with questions about what classes to take, when to take them, and how to get involved with research and internships.
Four-Year Plans, Prerequisites, Advanced Standing and Policies
- The advised course sequence for a BS in biomedical engineering is available through the College of Engineering’s four-year degree plans.
- Visit the BME Degrees page for required courses and a list of approved technical electives.
- Please refer to the BME Undergraduate Policies (PDF) for advanced standing and graduation requirements.
- See the College of Engineering’s Policies and Procedures, which includes information about transfer credits and final degree audits, for answers to common academic questions.
- Declare or change your major by following these instructions from the college.
- The college’s Academic Advising page provides contact information for all college undergraduate advisers.
Tutoring and Study Groups
Whether vector calculus is harder than you thought it would be, or you’re just stuck on a Physics 141 problem, the College of Engineering’s tutoring and study groups can help. With weekly sessions, all-day study-a-thons, test reviews and prep sessions for finals, these services help you make the grade.