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Washington State University Bachelor’s in Bioengineering
Washington State University

Bachelor’s in Bioengineering

Pullman, USA

4 Years

English

Full time

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USD 27,000 / per year *

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Introduction

Bioengineering integrates engineering and life sciences to address issues important to human and animal well-being and to society at large. The educational objective of WSU's BS Bioengineering degree is to prepare graduates for productive employment, advanced study, or professional programs where they apply principles and methods of both engineering and life sciences to solve problems affecting human and animal health and well-being. Graduates may apply their expertise in human and animal medicine, biotechnology, or related biology-based engineering fields.

Strengths of the program

  • Gain an edge from caring, knowledgeable faculty who are geared toward student success and are available to advise students.
  • Pursue opportunities to participate in faculty-led, hands-on research projects.
  • Students benefit from WSU’s strong ties to veterinary medicine on the Pullman campus and human medicine in Spokane.
  • You can join a math, science, and engineering community residence hall at WSU Pullman—share classes with your neighbors, study together, get free tutoring, and use the hall’s computer lab.

The bioengineering teaching laboratory, which is also located in Wegner Hall, includes state-of-the-art equipment and computers to enable students to test ideas, prove concepts, and interactively learn.

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