Biomedical Engineering is quite similar to other engineering disciplines in that it involves the application of physics, mathematics, and engineering approaches to tackle complex challenges. To tackle complex medical problems effectively, some knowledge of basic concepts in physiology and cell biology is required. The majority of the courses in the Biomedical Engineering Major integrates engineering analysis with critical life science concepts. There is an emphasis on engineering model development, problem solving skills, and quantitative analysis, rather than memorization of facts like biology.
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