The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers 9 engineering programs leading to the degree of bachelor of science (BS) degree: aerospace, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, industrial, and mechanical engineering.
5 combined BS/MBA programs are offered in conjunction with the School of Management. BA, BS, and BS/MS degrees in computer science are offered through the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. A BS degree in engineering physics is offered jointly with the Department of Physics.
The curricula allow students flexibility in their programs of study and encourages interaction between students and faculty. The undergraduate educational experience prepares students for professional practice and advanced study. Special programs provide professional development skills and experiences and facilitate placement of our graduates in high-quality engineering positions.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences occupies six buildings on UB's north campus: Bell, Bonner, Davis, Furnas, Jarvis and Ketter Hall. Barbara and Jack Davis Hall is the newest building, which opened in 2011 and features an environmentally friendly design and construction.
Together, these buildings form an outstanding educational and research facility, comprising 275,000 square feet of laboratory and office space.
The Department of Biomedical Engineering is located in Bonner Hall on the North Campus, although faculty in the Department are located on each of the three UB campuses. There are two primary laboratory spaces used in undergraduates education: our modern, well-equipped wet lab and dry lab that encompass over 2000 sq ft. These spaces are also available to students outside of class time for independent project work. Additionally, students have access to shared project spaces within the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Students who wish to engage in research will also find cutting-edge research labs.
With twelve full-time faculty members and numerous other affiliated faculty members, undergraduate BME students will interact with our faculty in the classroom and through research activities. Our faculty are engaged in cutting-edge research in the areas of nanomedicine, tissue engineering, biomedical imaging and biomedical devices, among others; this research activity is translated to the classroom so that undergraduate students understand the changes occurring in the field. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to engage with our faculty in research and design projects.
The Chair and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Albert H. Titus, may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org to answer questions about the program.
Visit the Department of Biomedical Engineering faculty page to see the full list of our faculty which includes details about their research.
Please visit the Biomedical Engineering department website for additional information about our faculty.