Since biomedical engineering is an interdisciplinary program, the curriculum is generally offered through multiple departments including electrical and computer engineering, biology, chemical engineering, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, materials engineering, and physics.
After an initial first year of general engineering, students start to specialize. They will study the fundamental courses in electronic circuits, biomaterials, cell biology, physiology, engineering mathematics, statistics, and mechanics of materials. More advanced studies include microprocessor systems, fluid mechanics, bioinformatics, and biomedical instrumentation. Special projects in biomedical engineering are also available for graduate students or undergraduate students looking to pursue further education.